I am a 28-year-old female. Yesterday morning, I woke up to the alarm and when I got up, my head spun in a way which I have never experienced. I fell on the bed and when I tried to get up, it spun again. My husband made me drink water and helped me in getting up. I felt tired and when I laid down, my head spun again. I started crying, felt nauseated and then I vomited. Only water in vomit and I felt hungry. After breakfast, I have not felt that head spin but I am not stable as well. I feel like the ground is shaking. Of note, I took Fexet four tablets. Please provide your opinion.
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First of all, get relaxed.
Do not panic. Everything has some solution.
According to your complaints, it looks like a BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) which is a problem occurring due to some calcium crystal deposition in the internal ear, the part which helps in maintaining a balance of the body.
You need to visit a nearby neurologist or a physician for physical treatment with Epley maneuver.
In rare cases, it could be a cerebellum-related problem which needs imaging studies.
But first, we need to rule out benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. You will be fine in a few days.
You need a referral to a neurophysician.
Preventive measures include avoiding non-vegetarian foods for few weeks. Drink plenty of water.
Avoid sudden waking up from bed or bending forward from a chair.
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