Treatment Of Vertigo That Often Recurs In 68 Years Old People?
My father’s doctor aged 68 years has a history of receipt 8 months ago … 4 days. Then suddenly attacked by vertigo and was rushed to the hospital. After the signposts from the hospital hose 1 day vertigo ksmbuh2 again …. beg for a solution for my father the medicine that good for vertigo besides betahestin
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Vertigo is the name of the symptoms, just like coughing, fever, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. So vertigo is not a disease, but the name of the spinning sensation experienced by the patient. They feel the world spinning or themselves spinning when they don't, causing vertigo sufferers will usually be difficult or even unable to maintain balance.
So because vertigo is only a symptom, it is necessary to know what diseases are symptoms of vertigo, such as:
And it could also be other causes depending on the results of the examination. Regarding your father who does not work given betahistin, in general, vertigo sufferers are not all the complaints disappear immediately when the medicine is taken, but wait for 1-2 days before the situation improves. So it is natural if the vertigo often recur, because the trigger of vertigo is in everyday life, such as fatigue, consumption of salty foods, or too long in front of the screen.
So your job is to simply report the condition of your father while not in the hospital or as long as the doctor has not visited (if indeed already hospitalized). Convey its development and symptoms, whether still persisting or decreasing, or even increasing. You may say that 'the effects of betahistin do not last long' for your doctor's consideration. Also avoid salty foods, increase fluid consumption, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.