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Vertigo - Flight travel
Can a vertigo patient who has no current symptoms of vertigo travel in domestic flights? Thank you!
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yes mam... not an issue but during active condition plz avoid jrny...
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Just be wary of the pressure changes, can be managed with ear plugs, consult an ENT and take a prescription for a sublingual drug for acute episodes and keep it in you’re pocket at all times
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Can fly.
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Sure, you can take a flight.
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Yes you can travel. Please carry Tab. Diligan 25 along with you. If at all you experience any acute vertigo, you can take that tablet. But visit your ENT specialist for vertigo evaluation
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Yes u can ...
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As of now you can trave ,Hi detailed history needed consult in online for further evaluation
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Yes you can travel
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