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Vertigo with mild spondylosis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Sir,

I was suffering from vertigo from February 2009 and was continuing Vertin 8 mg thrice daily on advice from Apollo Hospitals, Chennai. I had spinning sensation in head while changing positions in bed. Along with this I have mild cervical spondylosis also. I was quite alright with mild pain in my neck and slight dizziness. But recently, again I felt the spinning sensation in bed and this took place after 8-10 months. I have become quite confused as I am already undergoing Vertin but still that problem reoccured.

Kindly suggest a solution. I am looking deeply for your reply.

Thanking you.

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We shall take it further next time
User :   actually I was trying to do it earlier but due to technical problems I could not
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User :   tommorow at 10...plz
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