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Should I talk to my doctor about vestibular neuronitis symptoms?

If you notice symptoms of vestibular neuronitis, you should talk to your doctor right away. In some cases, rehabilitation exercises can help speed your recovery. In addition, doctors can give you tools and medications that can help you deal with any remaining dizziness. In addition, it is important that you contact your doctor if you think you are suffering from vestibular neuronitis because a great deal of vomiting can cause dehydration, and IV liquids may be necessary.

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