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For a third day now i have uneasy stomach( from throat down, no vomiting), and feel dizzy more or less all the time.when turn from back to side-spinni?

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Dr. Robert Grieco answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

There are many causes of vertigo. The first time you get it is often from a virus. We call that acute-labyrinthitis. It can last a few weeks. Associated with vertigo when moving and often will hit you when you first get out of bed. It's the feeling of movement were spending. Nausea often. And he can make you very anxious. Meclizine OTC can help with symptoms. It doesn't improve see your doc.

Answered Jun 28, 2014

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Dr. David Houghton answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine & Pediatrics

A spinning sensation when changing the head's position is usually caused by benign positional peripheral vertigo (BPPV). It can also cause nausea. It's very common and usually goes away after a few weeks. There are therapeutic maneuvers that can fix it. Most primary care doctors know how to care for it, but ENT doctors (and neurotology subspecialists) are considered the experts.

Answered Jun 28, 2014

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