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One of the hardest parts about controlling anxiety is that severe anxiety can actually cause physical symptoms that lead to more anxiety. Many of...
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Pharyngitis IS a sore throat....the word means "inflammation of the pharynx (throat".  There are hundreds of causes of vertigo, and it...
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WebMD has the following symptoms:  shortness of breath with exertion or when lying flat leg swelling or fluid retention elsewhere in the body...
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Vertigo and dizziness may be one of the most difficult medical conditions to diagnose and treat.  There can be hundreds of causes, involving...
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I had vertigo every spring and fall which lastedfor many weeks.  My ENT doctor recommendedtaking Claritin and a nasal spray because itwas from...
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vertigo is a inner ear infection that somehow can be caused by anxiety or panic attacks or at least that's what they told my brother.he was...
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One form of vertigo could be caused by neck/head movements, and that would be BPV (benign positional vertigo), but there can be hundreds of causes.
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There are literally hundreds of causes of vertigo. If your allergies are affecting your ear, namely your middle or inner ear, then it could cause...
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Most probably an impingement either on a tendon or other. When blood flow is blocked..dizziness quite common.
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I experienced vertico several times while just walking my dog a few houses down and back.  It turned out that two of my medications i changed to...
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Yes you should see a doctor.  My sister suffers from it and has for over a year.  There may not be a cure but there is medication you can...
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The ER doctor may be correct, since inner ear disorders are really high on the diagnostic possibilities. Most care cause by viruses that are self...
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A bulging eardrum can cause vertigo due to the pressure. This usually means a middle ear infection, but cephalexin would not be my drug of choice to...
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