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I mean when I asked about my diziness drs gave me betaserc 16mg medication and told me to take it rest of my life cause no solution for the inner ear?
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Dr. Farhad Sigari
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Inner ear
Betaserc is for the treatment of meniere's disease (which is vertigo -room spining-, tinnitus, hearing loss, and ear fullness) although it can occur in those under 18 - it is not as common.
There are other conditions that cause vertigo youngsters and those can be migraine related. I would see an "otologist" (dr who just treats ear prb) if one is not sure of the diagnosis or treatment recommended.

In brief: Inner ear
Betaserc is for the treatment of meniere's disease (which is vertigo -room spining-, tinnitus, hearing loss, and ear fullness) although it can occur in those under 18 - it is not as common.
There are other conditions that cause vertigo youngsters and those can be migraine related. I would see an "otologist" (dr who just treats ear prb) if one is not sure of the diagnosis or treatment recommended.
Dr. Farhad Sigari
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Dr. Farhad Sigari
For Meniere's disease, along with medication one should also be on a low salt diet, avoid caffiene and have their hearing checked yearly.
Dr. John McMahan
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: Dizzyness Solutions
Dizzyness is a potentially serious symptom that can be caused by your inner ear, your eyes, your brain or your neck.
Your particular dizzyness can be sorted out by a qualified neurotologist... A ENT doctor who specializes in ear and balance disorders. It is not a god idea to ignore dizzyness - it is very uncomfortable and can often be effectivly treated.

In brief: Dizzyness Solutions
Dizzyness is a potentially serious symptom that can be caused by your inner ear, your eyes, your brain or your neck.
Your particular dizzyness can be sorted out by a qualified neurotologist... A ENT doctor who specializes in ear and balance disorders. It is not a god idea to ignore dizzyness - it is very uncomfortable and can often be effectivly treated.
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