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Why do I get random dizzy spells which are sometimes followed by extreme fatigue?
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Dr. Julian Bragg
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In brief: Migraine vs Vertigo
If the spells are true vertigo (a spinning sensation, not just "floating") that lasts about a minute associated with nausea and triggered by head movement, you may have a condition called bppv.
This can be treated with physical therapy. Another possibility, especially given the fatigue, is a vestibular migraine. A neurologist would be able to investigate and guide treatment.

In brief: Migraine vs Vertigo
If the spells are true vertigo (a spinning sensation, not just "floating") that lasts about a minute associated with nausea and triggered by head movement, you may have a condition called bppv.
This can be treated with physical therapy. Another possibility, especially given the fatigue, is a vestibular migraine. A neurologist would be able to investigate and guide treatment.
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