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What causes headaches, vertigo, neck spasms and hearing loss?

Hello to you! in 1997 I suffered both a brain injury and spinal cord injury. I have done pretty good so far, but recently have noticed some specific changes. I am legally blind but my glasses have ground in prisms and that helped a lot with my triple vision. I have a limp and foot drop along with poor balance. The reason I filled you in on all of this is because my vision, hearing, balance, headaches, neck spasms, shoulder joint pain and strength have all gotten worse. I went to my dr. and he sent me to P.T. to work on the muscle spasms that were causing daily headaches. I have started having tremors when I get up in the a.m. as well as very weak legs--as if they are going to give out on me. So much of this could be from the accident, except my sister and 2 first cousins have M.S.. The symptoms are very close. I am not sure what to do. Any advice you could give would be very much appreciated. Thankyou very much! JanMarie Filpus
Wed, 11 Jul 2018
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Hello and Welcome to ‘Ask A Doctor’ service. I have reviewed your query and here is my advice.

You can take Aceclofenac and Paracetamol tab twice a day for 5 days. You can take Rabeprazole tab twice a day for 5 days. Apply Diclofenac spray on affected site. Apply warm water bag on affected site. If not resolved then consult your orthopedic surgeon. Do X-ray of affected part and do physiotherapy. It is also helpful. Apply cotton on both the ear. You can use Moxifloxacin ear drop for 3 times per day for 5 days.

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