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Ectopic pregnancy, surgery for removal, dizziness. Taking antivert, some relief. Causes for symptoms?

I had an ectopic pregnancy and had it removed during surgery. The doctor was able to save my tube. However, since the surgery, about 2 weeks ago, I have been having constant dizziness that will not go away. I ve had bloodwork done and my thyroid checked, but everything came back normal. I m taking antivert which helps a little, but makes me mostly tired. The dizziness starts from the time I get up in the morning until I go to bed. Do you have any suggestions what this might be caused from? Thank you.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. Ectopic pregnancy is a life threatening condition requiring an emergency operation, there may be tentions to the patient that what will happen. there may be lot of damage to the surrounding tissues , there may some adhesions near the operated part after closure. There could be some gastric irritation due to the drugs used and using still related to the surgery. For the present antivert will be suffecient. I advise you to consult an ENT surgeon for problem in the ear. you may need to have take the MMR of abdomen, and face for confermation of the condition.
Besides i advise you some non medical procedures for relief, Diversion procedures as yoga , meditation, reading books, and hearing music may help you to recover fast, besides medication.
Diet recommendations as avoid taking spices,chillies, junk foods, and oily foods. Take more of green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts, milk,egg, meat, flushy fruits like banana.and dry fruits which increase blood, general health, resistance, and stamina to withstand such weekness. wishing for a quick recovery and thanks for calling.
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