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Extreme dizziness and vomiting, diagnosed as Labrynthitis, had an MRI. Suggestion?

Had a 4 hr bout of extreme dizziness and vomiting ,told it was labrynthitis and given drugs,and awaiting results of MRI scan .this happened 3 weeks ago and I feel slightly sick and wooly headed.Was told initially it could be a TIA and not to drive for a month.I am a 66 yr old quite fit with no other health problems,it is usual to feel unwell after 3weeks ?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing to H.C.M. for your query.

I have gone through your query regarding extreme dizziness which is diagnosed as LABYRINTHITIS. you were given drugs to controll it and by M.R.I. it is diagnosed as TIA. Your all this story is three weeks old.Now you again feel slightly sick with wooly headed.

Considering your complaints and co-relating them with your previous history of illness is will be safe to take some labyrinthine sedative as betahistine or cinnerzine. And you should do some rehabilation exercises.

If above treatment fails to help you than cosultation with ENT specialist / Neurologist will be necessary.

Regards .
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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