Thanks for your query.
More information is required for a definitive diagnosis.
However, from the brief information available, the possibilities are :-
* High cervical spondylosis
with possible compression on spinal cord
* Intermittent Vertebro-basilar insufficiency. This usually occurs due to cervical spondylosis.
* Basilar migraine
, due to verterbro-basilar artery
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