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Why do I sense vertigo when I move neck? Why does right ear get heavy with nausea?

Hi Doctor, Since past 3 MONTHS whenever I lie down on bed MOVE NECK TO my RIGHT side. I have a strange sense of vertigo OF SURROUNDING WHOLE. Now my x ray report of my neck says - loss of normal cervical lordosis due to muscle spasm . FIRST SYMPTOM IS MY RIGHT EAR GET HEAVY & PAINING LIGHTLY & PAIN IN NECK TO BRAIN SIDE ALSO I GET VOMITTING & LOOSE MOTION BETWEEEN THIS VERTIGO ATTACK Please let me know the seriousness of this and possible cure & HOW & BY WHOME. & I DO MY BRAIN PLAIN SCAN & MRI OF ANGO NECK & BRAIN, PLS SUGGEST ME, I would be thaNkful to you. my audiology test is also normal & ent specialist said there was no problem like minere s.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Hi Dear
Welcome to the HCM

Cervical spondylosis is the probable diagnosis of your symptoms.

Requires help of orthopedic surgeon and physiotherapist.
Some good muscle relaxant medicine sos.
Regular posture maintenance and physiotherapy along with the neck exercises all collectively will help you a lot.
Ear symptoms could be some concurrent Otitis Media which can also be tackled with antihistamine and decongestant medicine, ENT consultation is required.

Loose motions could be some added GIT infection. requiring Antibiotics for GIT infection and oral rehydrating solution.
Hope the query is answered.

Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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Pediatrician Dr. Varanasi Pundarikaksha's  Response
It is likely due to cervical spondylosis and you have to consult Neuro-surgeon to evaluate and proceed further.
Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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