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Vertigo problem
I have been diagnosed with bppv for a month. I have already taken vertin -24 mg for 20 days yet there are no major improvement. Last time epley maneuver which indicated no vertigo. Yet i had episode of vertigo for whole day. What are the possible scenarios if vertigo last for full day Other symptoms are Ear fullness (3-4 times) Trembling (once) Flatulence and gas Nausea There is no hear loss and constant pain and ringing in ear. I have following other questions Is diarrhoea associated with this ? Can being on screen or mobile be the trigger ? Do i need double pillow while sleeping? Can this lead to any major problem?
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Is your vertigo associated with any posture changes? How much duration does your vertigo lasts?
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Your problem of Vertigo as diagnosed to be BPPV.. you need a consultation to evaluate completely the Vestibular system responsible for the maintenance of balance
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There are now investigations are available with the state of the art technology and more pin point & correct diagnosis can be made regarding the aetiology
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Consultation & evaluation needed Continuing the medicines is not the answer
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Sorry to hear about your symptoms , a detailed history would be more helpful so a video consultation If feasible would be better
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