Vertigo And Ringing In The Ears Do Not Stop Until Vomiting?
Hello, I’m a 44-year-old mother. I suffer from vertigo and buzzing ears do not stop. And cause vomiting many times. I went to the ENT doctor, after being examined there were no problems. Then given a special prescription medicine Tebokan 80mg. What should I do next? And which foods should be prohibited? thank you
Vertigo is a condition that causes a person to feel dizzy and can be accompanied by a spinning sensation. Dizziness caused by vertigo is generally heavy enough to disrupt a person's activities and is often accompanied by nausea or even vomiting. In general, vertigo is caused by disorders of the inner ear, brain or central nervous system.
Management of vertigo needs to be adjusted to the cause and complaint of the patient. Generally the drugs given aim to overcome the causes of vertigo and reduce complaints that arise. The following common treatments are given for vertigo:
Antihistamine drugs, for example betahistine to treat vertigo
Anti-nausea medications such as ondansentron, domperidone
Medication to help overcome anxiety / panic like diazepam
If your mother has received medical treatment, the next step is to take medication and control according to your doctor's recommendations. Your mother should also do further tests if recommended by a doctor to identify the cause of vertigo so that definitive treatment (according to the cause) can be done. There are no special food restrictions for people with vertigo, however, in some sufferers of vertigo, nausea can be triggered by sudden changes in position / certain positions so you should avoid all conditions that can trigger nausea.
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