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Doctor insights on: Will I Need Any Medicine For Pain When I Go For A Dix Hallpike Maneuver

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Will I need any medicine for pain when I go for a dix hallpike maneuver?

Will I need any medicine for pain when I go for a dix hallpike maneuver?

No: The dix–hallpike test or nylen-barany test is a diagnostic maneuver used to identify benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, no pain in performing that test. ...Read more

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How common is it for someone to need a dix hallpike maneuver?

Useful sometimes: The dix hallpike maneuver is something that is used often for certain indications. It is a diagnostic tool to help determine why someone is feeling off-balance. ...Read more

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Can dix hallpike maneuver make vertigo worse? I had one treatment I feel worse. I think its neck related no one believes me I have horrid neck pain

Can dix hallpike maneuver make vertigo worse? I had one treatment I feel worse. I think its neck related no one believes me I have horrid neck pain

Maybe: Dix Hallpike maneuver done right is supposed to make vertigo better. It may potentially lead to a neck sprain so please visit your physician. It doesn't sound like your vertigo is worse. ...Read more

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Is it normal to still feel off balance with bppv after doing the epley maneuver and how long will it last?

Is it normal to still feel off balance with bppv after doing the epley maneuver and how long will it last?

Bppv: As the particles "dump" into the part of the inner ear called the vestibule the unsteadiness can last for a variable length of time. Usually a few days to a week. Sometimes repositioning needs to be repeated, about 80% effective after one treatment. ...Read more

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Is the heimlich maneuver safe?

Is the heimlich maneuver safe?

Mostly: The heimlich maneuver is a means to rapidly increase the pressure in the chest to expel something caught in the windpipe. To the extent that it is successful, it can be lifesaving. Rarely it could cause some degree of things like rib fractures or internal damage but those consequences are worth the risk when a life is at stake. ...Read more

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Can you explain the heimlich maneuver?

Can you explain the heimlich maneuver?

Windpipe obstruction: The heimlich maneuver is a way to assist someone whose throat is blocked with (usually) food and occasionally other stuff. Since they cannot inhale either, they cannot increase the pressure in their chest too much. You reach around them, clench your hands and forcefully compress the chest to get a rush of air to push out the object in the throat. It is a lifesaver and you can be a hero. ...Read more

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What happens when I do a valsalva maneuver?

Valsalva: Doing a valsalva maneuver will equalize the pressure between ears and sinuses if the area is not filled with mucus or swollen. It is also called "clearing your ears". ...Read more