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I feel Vertigo when move my head. There is loss of cervical lordosis noted in ESR

I feel Vertigo when move my head right and or left and even if i am on bed i cant perform my normal routine work this problem started when three year back i got fever with skin problem and food intake was zero and after one week a blur came and i fell down and i was five to ten mintes unconsious on the floor and when i got up and came on my bed my head started to spin next day i got fever again and my head started paining very badly i went for C.T scan which was normal and my head pain subsided but i was having continue little vertigo for two months i went for my ear checking also that was normal one of the nerophysition told me to leave tablets serc and other tablets because they were not helping me and i was thinking i am up in the sky the only thing which helped me was the excersie which was to turn your head on one side and the same for the other side i left the excersie after one month and after one year again i felt vertigo went to the same doctor he said that this problem came because you left the excersie i started excersie not in regular way now presently i got vertigo after travlling a month now i am doing continously excersie but still little vertigo which is making me vomitious also i went for test my ESR is 29 and there is loss of cervical lordosis noted,suggestive of muscle spasm. kindly reply me on my mail address is
Asked On : Tue, 31 Aug 2010
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Sports Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Your vertigo may be an orthopaedic related problem.
You do have lordosis of your cervical spine.
Consult orthopedic doctor and physiotherapist, continue cervical exercises. and more prescribed by the ortho. doctor.
Answered: Sun, 29 May 2011
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