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Diagnosed with vertigo. Having intermittent dizziness. Hands and feet cold, tingling. Suggestions?

Hi - I was diagnosed with vertigo in December. It seemed to getting better with time, but still bothers me when I tilt my head from sided to side or try to look up. However, tonight, I have been getting dizzy again, it s coming and going. Just sitting at table and all of a sudden feel a quick spinning that thankfully isn t lasting long, but still scary. Also, my hands and feet seem to be cold and a bit tingly. Any ideas?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Your symptoms of dizziness and quick spinning with turning of head is consistent with peripheral vertigo( vertigo related to ear) .

I treat my patients with vestibular rehabilitation exercises and short course of betahistine (antivertigo drugs).Consult neurologist for clinical confirmation of same

Hand and feet symptoms are consistent with small fibre neuropathy need to be confirmed by examination and further evalaution
Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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