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Could it be something bad if I have dizziness?
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Dr. Benjamin Lessig
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
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In brief: Potentially yes
You would need to consult a primary care physician before referring to cardiologist or neurologist depending on the outcome of the test to narrow down the cause of dizziness.

In brief: Potentially yes
You would need to consult a primary care physician before referring to cardiologist or neurologist depending on the outcome of the test to narrow down the cause of dizziness.
Dr. Benjamin Lessig
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Dr. Richard Berry
Internal Medicine
In brief: Yes.
Dizziness can be caused by a number of problems.
Usually it comes from a viral infection of the inner ear. Chronic dizziness can also be a sign of an underlying problem such as stroke, brain tumors and blockage of major neck arteries. Consultation with your physician for dizziness that does not resolve is essential.

In brief: Yes.
Dizziness can be caused by a number of problems.
Usually it comes from a viral infection of the inner ear. Chronic dizziness can also be a sign of an underlying problem such as stroke, brain tumors and blockage of major neck arteries. Consultation with your physician for dizziness that does not resolve is essential.
Dr. Richard Berry
Dr. Richard Berry
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