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Dizziness on bending head, previous head injury, seizures. CT scan report normal. Causes?

respected sir,good evng i am from XXXX, i having giddines in some times while bending the head. before 3 years i had a head injury and followed by seizure. i consulted the dr,they took the ct brain, the report showed normal findings.during last 3 years i experinced giddines twice. what may be the reason for this condition
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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Dec 2014
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You suffered head injury about 3 year back and it was followed by a seizure episode. Your CT scan came normal at that time. The constant giddiness that is occurring can be due to long term sequel of head trauma. If you are able to control the symptoms then there is no need to take medicines other wise there are a lot of medicines that can be used in such situations like Betahistine, Cinnarizine, Vertin etc. These medicines provide symptomatic control of symptoms. Consult a doctor for detailed prescription.

Answered: Fri, 8 Nov 2013
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