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Spinning of the head, nausea, pain in the ear. What is wrong?

Woke up this morning with room spinning around me as if I was drunk. When I got out of bed I could not keep My balance & a few times stumbled over. I felt very nauseous at this point & the only thing to help Was to lie down. At one point I got a sharp pain just under my left ear where it meets my jaw bone. I felt very dizzy & sick for around 3.1/2 hours then started to feel better. I still feel fine but I would like to know what it may have been?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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hello , this seems due to cervical spondylitis , pls get the xray of cervical region and let us know , further stop jerky movement of head, and get your bp checked .Stop excessive downwards or back wards movements of neck .You can take help of physio to help you in better way.We can also help you by homoeopathy and exercise to resolve the problem permanently.
take care
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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