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Dizziness from any sudden movements for two days what could this be? No new pills or illness
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Dr. Djamchid Lotfi
Neurology
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In brief: Not enough detail
Benign positional vertigo, blood pressure changes, cardiac rythem disturbances, ear disease are some of the possibilities more detail is needed.

In brief: Not enough detail
Benign positional vertigo, blood pressure changes, cardiac rythem disturbances, ear disease are some of the possibilities more detail is needed.
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Dr. Martin Raff
Must define "dizziness". There is a difference between light-headedness and true vertigo, the latter involving a rotatory sensation of the patient relative to the environment or impulsion (the feeling the ground will come up to meet you when you look down). The two symptoms have different causes. The latter from the labyrinth and the cerebellum.
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