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Had lenses replaced. Injured vertebrae. Experienced dizziness. Reason?

I recently had my lenses replaced in both eyes to enable me to read without glasses, also i had a bad fall and injured T12 verterbrae in my back in June and my eyes were donr in July. I have been experiencing dizziness when turning over in bed and when looking up, the Doctor said it is a problem with my inner ear and prescribed medication . I have been taking the tablets Prochlorperazine Maleate 5mg for a few days but the dizziness is still there. Can you advise please thanks.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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Hi, you are taking labyrinthine sedatives for vertigo. The vertigo you are describing is like positional vertigo and the cause can be your fall as it sometimes leads to a an abnormal jerk to head and inner ear which leads to some disturbance in the inner ear may be the particles which are attached to the membrane in ear get dislodged and thus lead to vertigo. Labyrinthine sedatives along with rest helps and when acute symptoms go, adaptation exercises do help. Regards
Answered: Sat, 30 Nov 2013
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