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Posted by: Rene | 2010/03/15

Dizzyness, stumbling

CONSTANT DIZZY &  STUMBLING WHY?

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Hallo Rene
You may have vertigo, caused by middle ear balance centre problem or infection. Let your doctor examine your ears, there are medications one can use for this.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: Rene | 2010/03/16

Morning, it is my daughter - it started a few months ago - dr put her back on epillum (took it for 4 years stopped with dr''s permisiion for +/- 11 year - but this is not helping. she is dizzy all the time- sitting, standing etc. Many times a day &  stumbles few times per hr. To me it seems mostly to the left side. I am very worried. She had flew a few months ago with sore ears but this has healed. Please advise

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010/03/15

Hallo Rene
You may have vertigo, caused by middle ear balance centre problem or infection. Let your doctor examine your ears, there are medications one can use for this.
Dr Bets

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