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Vertigo problem

Dear doctor, Few questions l am posting here 1. Does Vertigo have a permanent cure? 2. What precautions have to be followed? 3. What do I do at that moment when I hear ringing bells in my ears and feel dizzy? 4. I read an article which said certain medications can cause vertigo. If yes, then what are those medications which causes vertigo? 5. What is BPPV?
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Dr. Gladson Guddappa Uchil
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Vertigo is just a symptom not a disease. It can be found in many diseases. This is not the forum for that discussion. What is your particular problem?
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Dr. Sandeep Dachuri
ENT/ Otolaryngologist 5 yrs exp Bangalore
There are multiple causes for vertigo. They can be ear related or brain related . You need to consult with your ENT SURGEON and get a thorough assessment done followed by Audiology tests. If peripheral vertigo is ruled out, a neurologist opinion also will be required. Don't neglect this and consult with your ENT SURGEON.
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