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Prescribed with Vetin 16, feels like room is spinning. What's happening ?

My doc has proscribed me with the tab vetin 16, since yesterday i was feeling as if the room is spinning , when ever I got up or lied down...and also feeling very sleepy.this is the first time I have experienced such a thing.but today this room spinning thing has not happened but I am feeling very sleepy and have to make an effort to walk . Should I take the medication or just Waite a I actually have vertigo?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Vertin 16 is itself a anti vertigo drug means used to treat the spinning , it has some sedative property as a side effect . So you need not worry about that . BPPV (benign positional paroxysmal vertigo )is a common problem . Propably you were having this problem . My advise is to continue those vertin 16 and slowly get up from bed while you want to walk , to avoid sudden spinning and visual block outs.

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Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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