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Suffering with visual, spatial and positional induced vertigo. Have keratoconus. Is it related to vertigo?

I have been suffering with visual, spatial and positional induced vertigo 24/7 for 5 months. I have been seen by ENT , Spinal and Chiropractic doctors. I have not heard back from a Neurologist who is evaluating ANA, B-12, thyroid, CBC, etc blood work. I have keratoconus and have had many transplants which have now left me with computer distance vision. Could this be a vertigo connection?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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As per my knowledge there is no relation between keratoconus and vertigo,you will require collagen cross linking to stabilise your keratoconus,and for visual improvement scleral contact lens can help you.
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