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Suffering from Vertigo, taking Dilligan, Vertin. History of cardiac failure. Does vertigo take time to heal?

I suffered from Vertigo on Sept 20th 2012. Had Stugeron and felt better after a month. Stopped medication and again had second attack of Vertigo on Nov 29th 2012. Having Diligan 25mg, Vertin 24 mg and Stugeron, all thrice a day. Feeling better but still feel unsteady while walking. Need support while walking. Does vertigo take time to heal completely? I am 56 years old and suffered from Congestive Cardiac failure three years back. No edima, breathlessness now.
Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

With a history of heart failure in the past, the role of hear in causing vertigo needs evaluation.
Arrhythmia, postural hypotension, low output - have to considered and excluded.
HOLTER / ECHO / Stress EKG) / LABORATORY work-up – may all be necessary

In a few, neurological causes are responsible

If there are no pointers, it is most likely from ears - relief takes weeks to months, depending on the cause of the problem

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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