The Connection Between Immune System Disorders And Vertigo?
can immune system disorders cause vertigo? And can immune system disorders be checked through MRI?
Hello Xonekira, Thank you for the question.
Vertigo is a complaint of spinning dizziness which is defined as the sensation of yourself spinning or the environment being rotated. Apart from these symptoms, sufferers may also experience symptoms of nausea, vomiting, cold sweats, hearing loss, and tinnitus. Some of the causes of vertigo include:
vertigo paroxysmal benign positional labyrinthitis Meniere's disease migraine stroke otosclerosis multiple sclerosis and others What immune system disorders do you mean? One of the conditions associated with immune system errors that can cause vertigo is multiple sclerosis (MS). In MS, the immune system wrongly attacks the neuroprotective lining of the brain and spine. To diagnose this condition the doctor will usually carry out examinations on the patient and other supporting examinations such as blood tests, MRI, dolphin puncture, and evoked potential test. If you experience complaints of vertigo, please check with your doctor first. The doctor will ask about your complaint and examine you then the doctor will determine what investigations you can do to find out the cause. After the cause is identified, the doctor will provide treatment in accordance with the medical condition you are experiencing.
Please do the following suggestions:
get enough rest avoid sudden changes in head position if symptoms recur, immediately stop your activities and rest avoid bending over when picking up objects from the floor avoid neck stretching movements Hope this information helps you.