Please go to the doctor again. In your case, dizziness could be due to postural hypotension (blood pressure falling with change of position), internal ear problems and cervical spondylitis or compression of cervical spinal nerves. All these cause dizziness when you get up from lying down position or when you change position that results in a change in the level of your head. Cervical spondylitis and ear problems also cause dizziness on changing the position of the neck. Please discuss these possibilities with your treating doctor. Hope this helps. Take care!
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Thanks for the advice, that's splendid. Very much appreciated.
In all United States Hospitals I know of, unless the patient signs themselves out, loss of consciousness mandates admission and 24 hour observation. The biggest problem is swelling and there is only a short window of opportunity to treat. During this period of time blood prressure is constantly monitored. I would go to another hospital, preferably a teaching hospital, for a neurological evaluation. I am not a happy camper with the way in which you were treated. I would suggest an MRI, rather than a CT.