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Vertigo has gotten much worse now cannot go back to work what will I do?
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Dr. Bernstein Joel
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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Incapacitating true vertigo may be inner ear disease but the latter causes symptoms that usually do not cause such disability.
There are at least 4 causes of inner ear vertigo. 1.) positional vertigo (lasts for less than a minute), 2.) meniere's disease (vertigo may persist for hours. 3.) labyrinthitis (vertigo may last for several weeks) but then goes away. 4.) acoustic tumor (hearing loss).

In brief: See an ENT Doc
Incapacitating true vertigo may be inner ear disease but the latter causes symptoms that usually do not cause such disability.
There are at least 4 causes of inner ear vertigo. 1.) positional vertigo (lasts for less than a minute), 2.) meniere's disease (vertigo may persist for hours. 3.) labyrinthitis (vertigo may last for several weeks) but then goes away. 4.) acoustic tumor (hearing loss).
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