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Vertigo, dizziness, shoulder pain, arm pain when moved

A week ago I had a sudden attack of vertigo , (so violent that it almost caused me to fall), which lasted only a minute but left me weak and dizzy for an entire day. The next day I felt better but still prone to dizziness . Now, a week later, I m mostly fine but yesterday I experienced a momentary dizziness while having lunch outdoors. This morning, I awoke with a sharp pain in my right upper shoulder . The pain does not seem to be traveling down my arm but I m having difficulty moving my arm without pain.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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Dear sir ,vertigo and the pain in your right upper shoulder are two different things that don't have any relation with each other. I would recomand you b-histine 16mg twice daily for a period of two weeks. For your shoulder pain you should consult a rheumatologist probably it is a bursitis, that means a infamation of the shoulder articulation that is not a concern problem. wish all the best.
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