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Why do I get dizzy and nauseous when I look left?

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Dr. Alan Koslow
Surgery - Vascular
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In brief: More likely ear rela (carisoprodol)

Most likely inner ear related see ENT but could be vertebral artery (less likely) get duplex that looks at flow in vertebral arteries with head turned this way.

In brief: More likely ear rela (carisoprodol)

Most likely inner ear related see ENT but could be vertebral artery (less likely) get duplex that looks at flow in vertebral arteries with head turned this way.
Dr. Alan Koslow
Dr. Alan Koslow
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Dr. Jonathan Ellichman
Surgery - Vascular

In brief: Cerebral ischemia

You need to be evaluated for carotid artery or vertebral artery blockages.
These can contribute to interrupted blood flow to the brain which can make you dizzy.

In brief: Cerebral ischemia

You need to be evaluated for carotid artery or vertebral artery blockages.
These can contribute to interrupted blood flow to the brain which can make you dizzy.
Dr. Jonathan Ellichman
Dr. Jonathan Ellichman
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