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I can address your BPPV concerns, but unfortunately, it is not possible to predict how long you might have symptoms (assuming you were correctly...
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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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Usually, but keep in mind there are MANY different causes of vertigo, and since I do not know what is causing your vertigo, this question should only...
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Vertigo can have hundreds of different causes. It would be impossible to determine a specific cause blindly over the Internet. You will need to see...
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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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The diagnosis of vertigo is most often made based upon history and clinical presentation. If the patient is experiencing a spinning sensation that...
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No, nasal polyps are inflammatory growths, often related to allergies. I have never heard that they can cause vertigo. This was most likely an...
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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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ear nose and throat. Vertigo is usually caused by to much fluid in the inner ear.
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That would depend on the CAUSE of the vertigo. I have to tell you that there are hundreds of different causes. Some will self-resolve over time, and...
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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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Vertigo is perhaps one of the most difficult medical conditions to diagnose and treat. There can be hundreds of causes, involving nearly every body...
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It is time to see a sub-specialist (a otoneurologist -- an ENT that specializes in inner ear disorders) and have a new work-up. There are numerous...
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See an ENT if you do not improve. Otitis media (middle ear infection) with effusion (fluid) can cause vertigo, but so can inner ear disorders. Since...