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Suffering from vertigo. Test reports says inner ear imbalance. Medicine for instant relief?

My mom is suffering from vertigo for the past seven years. We have consulted many doctors and have done many tests including electronestograph. But the common result that most of them say is that she has inner ear imbalance problem. She is a working woman,incase of any emergency giddiness which medicine is the best to give an instant relief... VERTIN or STUGERON???? waiting for ur reply..
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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It seems that vertigo might be due to fusion of three small bones in middle ear, called Otosclerosis.
Cervical spondilitis can also cause this problem as well.
Go for x-ray cervical region to rule out cervical spondilitis.
Go for eye check up to rule out refraction of errors.
She can take Vertin for vertigo as and when required.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Tue, 16 Jul 2013
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