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Imbalance, tremors on face, head spinning, constipation. All test results normal. Used to study late night. Cause?

Sir, my 25 yrs old sister is facing problem like unbalanced walking(she can walk herself),her face is shaking and her head spins sometime.she has long constipation problem also. she has undergone blood, BP , urine test, ecg and MRI ..all the reports are normal.. still she is having this problem for last 10 days.. she used to study late night. i m not getting any clue.... could u pls send me ur valuable advise thank u sir
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
All reports are normal and still symptoms is there,than it looks to vertigo due to imbalance in vestibuler system.It is called Meniere's diseas is a disorder of the inner ear.
Oral Betahistidine 8 mg. will be helpful.
Eat good nutritious high fiber diet. Isabgool will be helpful to relieve constipation.
Avoid late night study,take proper sleep.
Keep in touch with your doctor.
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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