I am having a reoccurrance of the BPPV - right ear- that I had in April. I had the Epley and Semont done by the OT/PT a few times, followed by several weeks of Brabdt Daroff at home. Symptoms inproved significantly although left with some residual...
hello. my mother had fallen from a few steps couple of weeks ago. She had hurt her head. Couple of days ago (12 days after the accident), she started experiencing very severe dizziness . She did MRI and the doctor confirmed there was no damage to...
to the right. I thought the symptom seems like BBPV or PositionalVertigo, what is the treatment u suggest? ...Hello My mother has been suffering from Vertigo for about 12 years, she takes Vertin tabs during ...
I have positionalvertigo,, first time was about 15 yrs ago. and suddenly for the past 3-months I have an attack almost every day . My Dr. gave me an RX for a patch to use behind my ear,, works great ...
My head has a dizzy feeling but it really does not fully match the diagnosis I was given by the ER doctor, which was Benign PositionalVertigo. I also feel like my head is going to pop open and I have ...
i get minor headaches on all sides of the head. sometimes when i get up real quick i get head pressure. and had a stomach ache for about a week.
you might be having lightheadedness or dizziness or vertigo also known as benignparoxysmalpositionalvertigo (BPPV) which is an idiopathic condition that originates from the internal ear. You will need to consult an ENT specialist.
Hello,I had a vertigo and my doctor found that i had a directional vertigo with the help of x-rays report of my neck.will alcohol worsen directional vertigo?
Thank you for posting your query.
What you are referring to is called positionalvertigo, to be more precise, benignparoxysmalpositionalvertigo.
This would not worsen with alcohol.
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology)
Senior Consultant Neurologist
Hello, i would like to know what is this that i have I feel some times dizzy little headache and like i want to throw up? If you can help i would appreciated
It can be attributed to pathology in Vestibular Apparatus in inner ear (it's associated with maintenance of body balance),such as Labyrinthitis or BenignParoxysmalPositionalVertigo.
Symptomatic relief can be obtained with anti-emetics like Ondansetron preparations and Vestibular sedatives like Betahistine or Cinnarizine preparations.
Consult an ENT specialist for proper clinical examination