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Dizziness when changing position, sweating. Is it advisable to take Vertin?

Hi Sir, My wife suddenly woke up i the bed, because of that she got dizziness , Even changing the position from one side to other side she is to get up first then change. Now she is holding her head and telling me I am having severe dizziness. And her face* Head completly sweating. I am planning to show to doctor tomoorow morning Before that what type first aid I can give her. Is it adviseable to give Vertin tablet to her now?
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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It seems that she has cervical spondylosis and it is giving acute attck of dizziness and sweating ( may develop vomiting too) also due to it.
Vertin can be given and she should avoid making any sudden neck movement - especially bending and turning. She should turn competely if she needs to look back. She will be gine a collar to wear ,may be the hard one. This will.give her neck a desired rest for some.time. she should.continue it for few weeks.

I hope she gets better fast.

Dr. Manisha Gopal
MD Psychiatry
Answered: Fri, 11 Apr 2014
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