Hi, I am Dr. Samiron Roy your ENT Splst.
By your complaints it appears to me you are suffering from - Benign Paroxysmal positional vertigo ( BPPV ). this usually occurs after head trauma
. Due to the impaction
, the Otoconia in the Ampulla of the Semicircular Canals of the Labyrinth gets dislodged and floats in the Endolymph
. This causes vertigo. This is a self limiting disease and the treatment is as follows:-
1.Sleep in a recumbent position either left/right lateral position which ever is comfortable to you.
2.No sudden jerky movement of the head.
Forte 1 od at bedtime pc.
4.Tab Vertin 16mg 1 tid pc.
5.Cap Nurokind Plus
1 od pc.
6.Tab Stemetil MD 1 bid (sublingual).
7.Ct Scan of the Brain and both Temporal bones using Contrast.