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I had a bit of dizziness this morning and feelin sick just

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I had a bit of dizziness this morning and feelin sick just wondered if its anything to do with a previous time 2 years ago when I went to Greece I caught a virus in my ear ended up getting vertigo was in hospital for 3 days ,the feelin seemed the same can you still get vertigo
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 2 years ago.
This is Dr. David
yes, if you catch another virus or viral inner ear infection, this can cause fluid in your inner ear and cause vertigo and dizziness symptoms
you should see your GP doctor and get your ears examined to see if there is fluid behind your ear drum.
you might need a course of antibiotics to help clear up an inner ear infection.
there are medications which can help with vertigo such as meclizine or antivert or dramamine which could help your symptoms until the fluid in your ear resolves.
but do see your doctor to get your ears examined.
or you can go to the local hospital or A&E department to see a doctor sooner
let me know if you have other questions.
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