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can not walk in a straight line
I cannot walk in a straight line. my last MRI showed "a small left sided old lacunar ischaemic foci along the left lentiform and left corona radiate with a normal ventricular system, no focal brain lesions, no haemorrhagic collections"
it started by vertigo, but after receiving an extensive vasodilator treatment, the vertigo has disappeared, but I cannot walk in a straight line. When I walk, I feel I am swaying to the right or to the left,
Please suggest a medication or a centre where I may be able to visit for treatment
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