A 24-year-old female asked:
I seem to be dizzy whenever i move my head or get up, the room spins a little and i get nauseous. it started last night. was slightly better with rest, but started again once i moved around. (i have not consumed any alcohol)?
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Internal Medicine 62 years experience
Inner ear: This vertigo is usually caused by an inner ear disorder which may be from a tiny stone like particle that became dislodged in one of the labyrinths. Turning the head, even in bed, or changing postion provokes the vertigo. The medication Meclizine is helpful. If vertigo persists consult an Otolaryngologist who will perform some head maneuvers that often resolves the problem.
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