A 29-year-old female asked:
Had positional vertigo for over 10 years.hallpike positive, but after treatment, it comes back mildly usually after i get a cold.vestibular neuritis?
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Dr. Olav Jarenanswered
Neurology 21 years experience
Good case: A cold can make symptoms worse, for sure, but I do not believe that means it is vestibular neuritis. Since you are sensitive to the Hallpike and you feel better with positional treatment, it cannot be just a case of vestibular neuritis. There must be a benign positional component too.
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