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Reply was posted 02/29/2012 12:45 pm by Anonymous
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Also, depending on your moms symptoms constant or movement related the vertigo could be to something more benign like vestibular neuritis, BPPV benign paroxysmal vertigo, or even migraine associated dizziness. If the CT scan second is negative I would suggest having her follow up with a ear nose and throat doctor as they are the most knowledgeable on this subject. BPPV is very common in older people and easily treated. Also, was she nauseous before from the cancer or is that a new symptom.

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