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What causes tinnitus and vertigo?

Im 51 and i have constant hissing in my head, some times louder and sometimes really low sound, I ve had my ears erigated, twice, and dr. Says virtigo all the time ,but never checks for it , or anything else, i have , spell this the best i can, scarquidoses, geion burreh, 2 valve heart problem, 5 ,5th vertibre fussed, dry eye sydrom, sprisis, cant walk or bend hands from the geion burreh, arthritis in all joints, sound like a stupid hypercodriac huh, i can only wish, thought i was so healthy, i turned 45 and all hell breaks loose, i never even caught a cold except echo 9 when i was a kid, any suggestions, at least something i can have my dr. Look for, thank u so much, yoyo
Thu, 6 Sep 2018
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi,

What do you mean by scarquidoces and geion burreh?? You may be suffering from valvular heart problems. It may can cause vertigo and giddiness. Other possibilities like BPPV or anemia or hypotension or cardiac arrhythmias, etc.

Until examination is done it is difficult to say what it is. use tablet Vertin thrice a day for five days. If symptoms not improved please consult your cardiologist/ENT specialist he will examine and treat you accordingly.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
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