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VERTIGO Group

VERTIGO can cause a variety of symptoms.......Vertigo is a treatable condition without the use of drugs. I am not a physician. I speak only from experience. Some symptoms are: dizzy, vomiting, tiredness, weakness, poor cognition and more. After ruling out other serious conditions, see an ENT specialist. He/she can diagnose Vertigo in seconds..........He/she can treat Vertigo in minutes with one maneuver called Epley. There are other maneuvers......this worked for me. Experiencing Vertigo is scary and debilitating. What better than a cure with no pills and only takes minutes?
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I am 28 years old. I had gone through forum and found you with related symptoms of mine like body offbalance/imbalance always and someti...
I had gone through forum and found you with related symptoms of mine like body offbalance/imbalance always and sometimes cant concentrat...
Hello. I am a 27 year old male, I work out 5 days a week, I do not drink or do drugs in any fashion. I am a successful small busines...
does vertigo come and go or does it stay with you 24/7 ? im ok walking [most of the time]. but its when i bend over is when i get the diz...
I was diagnosed with BPPV a couple of months ago during a typical attack. I now have a second occurrence, and this one has been really de...
Hi, I noticed this is a small group? However, I was just diagnosed with chronic vertigo! I am a klutz, and while cleaning the otter most ...
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