Can I Take 2 Vertigo Medications At The Same Time?
Hello, is consuming 5mg frego and mertigo allowed when you have vertigo?
Hello Try R,
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Vertigo is a condition where a spinning dizziness can be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Vertigo can be triggered by several causes such as changes in the position of the head, infection of the ear or disorders of the balance system in the brain.
Frego is a drug that has an active component of flunarizine. This drug can generally be used for the prevention of headaches that are throbbing (migraines) but can also be used to prevent vertigo. Meanwhile, mertigo has an active component of betahistine mesilate which works by inhibiting histamine in the body (antihistamine). Betahistine can be useful for cases such as vertigo, meniere's disorder, hearing loss, and ringing in the ears (tinnitus).
Use of flunarizine and betahistine can be used for vertigo. In several studies also showed the benefits of betahistine combined with flunarizine. But you should still consult with your doctor about the best drug therapy for you.
Some things you can do for vertigo that you feel include:
When you wake up you should slowly and be able to sit first Avoid head movements / look too fast Immediately sit down and calm down if vertigo occurs Hopefully this information can be useful, thank you.