any solution to Vertigo

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Suffering from a month…shown to 3 doctors initially but medicine did not help much.
in night while lying and changing side trigger terrible head spin and head feel lightened in daytime with almost every movement..

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ideepika wrote:

try vertin it helped me

had vertin 24mg for 10 days but not much difference..

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What’s the reason of vertigo ?
Have you went through any medical problem recently ?
Get your hemoglobin and BP checked…
I had such a problem 2 years back due to excessive heat in summer, nothing helped and it went of its own later.
I suggest you to eat healthy food and fruits.

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Change doctor.

Drink lot of water. Is your room top floor

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int86 wrote:

Change doctor.

Drink lot of water. Is your room top floor

yes…top floor

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nikhilp1 wrote:

What’s the reason of vertigo ?
Have you went through any medical problem recently ?
Get your hemoglobin and BP checked…
I had such a problem 2 years back due to excessive heat in summer, nothing helped and it went of its own later.
I suggest you to eat healthy food and fruits.

went to GP and ENT but none try to figure out exact reason. they simply prescribed medicine..

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dearajay wrote:

went to GP and ENT but none try to figure out exact reason. they simply prescribed medicine..

did the doctor tell about any wax issue in the ear rolleyes

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How are you sure it’s vertigo? What are your symptoms apart from what you’ve mentioned?

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Can you balance yourself on one leg? If yes how do you feel?

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I suffer same sometimes, with additional buzzing sound in my right ear. It is called tinnitus in my case.

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Doctors can separate dizziness from vertigo by asking a simple question: “Is the world spinning, or are you lightheaded?” If the world appears to be spinning, you have true vertigo. If you are lightheaded, you are experiencing dizziness.

Tests

Tests to determine the type of vertigo include:


* Head-thrust test: You look at the examiner’s nose, and the examiner makes a quick head movement to the side and looks for correct eye movement.

* Romberg test: You stand with feet together and eyes open, then close your eyes and try to maintain balance.

* Fukuda-Unterberger test: You’re asked to march in place with your eyes closed without leaning from side to side. 

https://www.healthline.com/health/vertigo#dia...is


This is the most comprehensive yet simplified article I could find about vertigo.

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Total_Fun wrote:

Can you balance yourself on one leg? If yes how do you feel?

yes i can balance on one leg…feel normal.

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Total_Fun wrote:

How are you sure it’s vertigo? What are your symptoms apart from what you’ve mentioned?

as per doctor it is vertigo…although none conducted test to determine what exactly it is.

world starts spinning wen i tilt head left side and look up…..and head become heavy and uncontrollable wen i look down normally.

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dearajay wrote:

as per doctor it is vertigo…although none conducted test to determine what exactly it is.

world starts spinning wen i tilt head left side and look up…..and head become heavy and uncontrollable wen i look down normally.

This is mostly because of ear fluid imbalance.
Even if tiny amount is altered whole sense of balance shifts.
In other words sense of balance comes from this fluid itself.

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dearajay wrote:

as per doctor it is vertigo…although none conducted test to determine what exactly it is.

world starts spinning wen i tilt head left side and look up…..and head become heavy and uncontrollable wen i look down normally.

There are mainly 2 type of vertigo.

1) Peripheral vertigo caused by problems in inner ear.

2) Central Vertigo caused by problems in brain/ nervous system.

Go to a  good ENT. Try to find someone who has  atleast MD in ENT.  Or is actually teaching in a hospital ( try some one senior in ENT department of a big teaching government hospital… Where resident  doctors are trained ).  Or who has experience teaching… Now retired.  They seem to have more knowledge and they stay up todate about latest medical developments.

Otherwise there’s no way I know to find out how good your doctor is or  isn’t ( without getting treatment for months)

Read the article  I linked in previous comment.

As you have no balance problem it’s most likely to be peripheral vertigo.

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If vertin didn’t worked. Try taking Vertizac Tablet(Medicine composition: Cinnarizine, Dimenhydrinate).
It worked for me.
For proper Diagnosis you needed to ascertain if any sound in ear. If yes then go to a good ENT specialist.
If no sound then you need to see a neurologist and get MRI done for proper diagonsis.
In between try to get proper sleep and low salt diet.

If looking for a good ENT specialist I will recommended Dr kirtne of Mumbai. There is 3 month waiting period for his appointment. But he is one of the best docter in India for ear related vertigo.

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guptaskumar317384 wrote:

If vertin didn’t worked. Try taking Vertizac Tablet(Medicine composition: Cinnarizine, Dimenhydrinate).
It worked for me.
For proper Diagnosis you needed to ascertain if any sound in ear. If yes then go to a good ENT specialist.
If no sound then you need to see a neurologist and get MRI done for proper diagonsis.
In between try to get proper sleep and low salt diet.

If looking for a good ENT specialist I will recommended Dr kirtne of Mumbai. There is 3 month waiting period for his appointment. But he is one of the best docter in India for ear related vertigo.

i have been suffering from tinnitus from last 3 year and i hv learnt to live with it happily. But this vertigo is very irritating as it affect day to day life.

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