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Vertigo lasting two days all day long. What can I do or take?

See your family MD: You can use over the counter dramamine for your vertigo but should still be evaluated for causes to your vertigo. Call your family md and get in for an examination. ...Read more

Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Vertigo (Definition)

A type of dizziness where the patient inappropriately experiences the perception of motion usually due to a dysfunction of the inner ear apparatus. It can be associated with nausea, vomiting and an unsteady gait. Vertigo is classified as either peripheral (inner ear or vestibular problem) or central (injury to the balance centers of ...Read more


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I take a multivitamin,12.5mg of atenolol,and omega 3 fish oil. I'm out of balance all day long.Not like vertigo just out of balance. Any idea why?

I take a multivitamin,12.5mg of atenolol,and omega 3 fish oil. I'm out of balance all day long.Not like vertigo just out of balance. Any idea why?

Off balance: You probably are suffering from BPPV (benign positional postural vertigo). This will usually occur with changes in position or even turning around in your bed it will last 30 sec then stop. It is made better by focusing on an object on the wall or an object fixed in space . You should see the local ent in the area and they can perform the maneuver to get rid of the problem. Good luck ! ...Read more

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Got vertigo about 2 weeks ago from inner ear inflammation. How long can it take for vertigo to go away? I'm better than 1 week ago & balance is better

Got vertigo about 2 weeks ago from inner ear inflammation. How long can it take for vertigo to go away? I'm better than 1 week ago & balance is better

Two weeks: Irritation of the balance system will result in vertigo, nausea, even vomiting with balance problems. The system needs time to recover and re-regulate. This usually takes about 10 days to two weeks. Medications may make recovery faster, but some make it slower and cause persistent symptoms. Rest and good health habits improve rate of recovery. ...Read more

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Why does vertigo take so long to disappear and why does it affect my balance?

Why does vertigo take so long to disappear and why does it affect my balance?

Stones in the ear: The semicircular canals of the inner ear contain fluid. This fluid flows over mounds of stones that sense movement. In some patients these stones get dislodged or damaged or the fluid builds up pressure or gets inflamed. The result is sensations of movement (vertigo) which throws off the sense of balance. Gradually the ear readjusts and sets things back to normal - but it can be quite a while. ...Read more

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How long does it take vertigo to go away and ways to make me feel better. I have an exam tomorrow!?

See below: It usually takes several days to completely disappear. Antivert is prescribed often, but studies show that it's not that effective. ...Read more

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How long does it take for vertigo to go away if it's caused by a virus?

How long does it take for vertigo to go away if it's caused by a virus?

it depends : Most will have it for a couple of days, usually resolves as viral illness rrsolve. If symtoms doesn't improve, then pls get yourself evaluated to make sure there are no inner ear problem or this is not neurological in origin, take care. ...Read more

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Hi does consuming high levels of B6 (red bull) cause vertigo issues and if so, how long does it take for imbalance issues to go away?

Hi does consuming high levels of B6 (red bull) cause vertigo issues and if so, how long does it take for imbalance issues to go away?

Red bull vertigo: You are probably dehydrated and that is why you are getting dizzy. Red bull has caffeine which can also cause you to get dizzy. Be careful with drinking a lot of red bull. My advice is to avoid it. Good luck. ...Read more

Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Dizziness (Definition)

Dizziness is light-headedness, feeling like you might faint, being unsteady, loss of balance, or vertigo (a feeling that you or the room ...Read more