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Had septoplasty and polyectomy. Have headache and constant dizzyness. How long will this last for?

Hi, I had septoplasty and a polyectomy two weeks ago, was signed off work for two weeks after op, I work nite shift. When I finished my shift at 7am I felt dizzy and couldnt walk in a straight line. When am in bed and turn over its like am floating. Very bad headaches and constant dizzyness. How long will this last for?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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You have recently had a surgery. You need to go for follow up with the surgeon. There could be multiple reasons for your dizziness including generalized weakness, change in blood cell counts, medications that you are on, and so on. But only your surgeon will be able to assess the condition as he has operated on you few days ago.

Answered: Thu, 9 May 2013
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