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Giddiness after hair bath, cervical spondialitis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
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How can I help you?
User :   For past 6-7 days, it has been happening to me that after I take bath, i feel too much giddy. nothing like vomitting or anything.. just that I feel 'Mera Sir ghoom raha hai"
Doctor :  
Did you fall down or hurt?
User :   no
Doctor :  
Do you feel the world around is rounding or your are rounding?
User :   not the world.. but me
Doctor :  
Is the giddiness while taking bath or after the bath?
User :   after theb at.. and that too after i try dry my hair with towel.. i mean this sounds silly.. but during the bath.. i dont feel anything
Doctor :  
Is it limited to specific activity bathing or any other activities cause the same problem?
Doctor :   What is your age?
User :   i think so... because when i dry my hair.. i put my head down... dry the hair.. and when i pull my head up.. it starts happening
User :   i am 32
Doctor :   Do you have ringing in the ears?
User :   ringing means?
Doctor :  
Do you have loss of hearing or blurring of vision?
User :   no
Doctor :   Did the similar events happen in the past?
User :   for the past three four days.. it has been happening.. and i remember it happened few months back too
User :   like today also it happened.. and i can still feel heaviness in my head
Doctor :  
DO you have headache?
Doctor :  
Do you have jerks happening in the neck?
User :   not hte headaches.. and not the jerks.. but i have minor cervical spondilitis problem... it is related?
User :   i feel pain in the neck and shoulders ... when i travel too much..
Doctor :   After listening to your problems, I could feel few possibilities
User :   pls go ahead...
Doctor :  
One is Positional Vertigo, Cervical Spondilysis, Migraine
Doctor :   So you need a physical examination to confirm on the same and might need few investigations
User :   ok... what is positional vertigo
Doctor :  
IT is giddiness when there is change in the position of head
Doctor :  
It usually presents during the drying of hair, waking up from the bed early int he morning
User :   now that u;ve given me the symptoms.. i can relate to it... becuase when i exercise.. i never push my head backwards for stretching.. because if i do do so.. i feel blackout.. it has happened in the past two three times.. so now i dont do it
Doctor :  
User :   is it related?..
Doctor :  
So you do not have to worry lot about it but at the same time do not neglect it without a physical examination by an ENT specialist and General Physician near your area
User :   ok... will do so... just a question.. why ENT?
Doctor :  
Most of the times it is an inner ear problem
Doctor :   Which is yoru city?
User :   noida, near delhi.. India
Doctor :  
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You can search for Doctors near your area in Delhi and visit them
Doctor :  
alternatively our CRM team can fix up an appnt with the Doctors with good reviews
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Is there anything else I can help you with?
User :   i feel u've already relived me of the curiosity of my illness..
User :   now i will visit the doctor and get the proper diagnosis done.
User :   thank you for the consultation
Doctor :  
Thanks for consulting me
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Please get back to me after visiting the Doctor
User :   sure.. thank u
Doctor :  
I shall be able to provide you better info after physical examination
User :   ok
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