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Vertigo, nausea, sweating. Cause?

I woke up this morning with severe vertigo , and when I sat up in bed I felt severe nausea and had to run to the bathroom, followed by a sudden sweat that accompanied the nausea. the room is spinning and the vertigo does not go away even when my eyes are closed. The only time the nausea is lessened is when I lie down. once I sit, stand, or walk, the nausea becomes so unbearable that I have to immediately lie down again. 8 hours have passed since the vertigo started and I still feel the same. What is this sudden vertigo, nausea, sweating?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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Dear it is better to consult a doctor to exam your neurological status anyway symtoms you are suffering seems to be periferic vertigo and are treated with betahistine 24 mg twice a day starting first week with 24 mg per day.Wish you all the best dont hesitate to contact for any other question
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