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Persistent chest cold, have dizziness on bending head, leaning sideways, stumbled speech. What could be wrong?

I have had a head and chest cold that wont go away for about 2 1/2 weeks. This morning when I went to get out of my car, I noticed that I had begin to get dizzy and felt flushed. I tried to shake it off which worked momentarily. Everytime I bend my head down or lean sideways or even upon standing I am very dizzy, flushed and mildly weak. I seem to not be able to get my words together at times either. What is wrong with me? am I just panicing?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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are you taking any medicines if you are taking any medicine like pcm or any decongestant this can cause dizziness
the diagnosis is acute sinusitis with congestion chest
xray pns waters view recomended

till then
metrogyl 200 mgm bd
syp singular 10 mgm bd
syp ascoril 12 tsf bd
syp tossex 1/2 tsf bd

apply neosporin h eye onitment in nose bd
2 drops sae water in each nose night
Answered: Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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