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Labyrinthitis (cont.)

Follow-up

  • Visit your doctor regularly if symptoms continue despite therapy and rest.
  • Do not drive, work at heights, or operate heavy machinery until the dizziness leaves you.
  • Rest in bed for the first few days to avoid falls and injuries around the house.
  • Consult a neurologist or ENT physician if you do not understand your diagnosis.
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