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Continuous dizziness, MRI and MRA showed mini strokes, brain hemorrhage. No improvement, scheduled vestibular therapy. Suggestion?

This past March I got very dizzy. I thought it was my ears. After ruling that out. I saw a neurologist who did an MRI and an MRA . THey found it to be mini stokes and a brain hemmorage. Since then, I have been dizzy and going for vestibular thearpy. I cant function at all since March. I am not getting better at all. ANy suggestions. I am very compliant and nothing is working.
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Vestibular therapy is the right choice. When the balance improves you try with gait training. If you are not satisfied with current treatment go a physiotherapy centre and continue as an out patient.
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