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What are the symptoms of peripheral vertigo and dizziness?

Vertigo causes you to feel that you, your surroundings, or both are spinning. You may feel dizzy, or lightheaded, nauseous, irregular eye movements, and unsteadiness on your feet. Nausea and vomiting are common symptoms that can occur with peripheral vertigo and dizziness. Symptoms such as slurred speech, hearing loss, weakness in your arms and legs along with your vertigo and dizziness can be signs of a condition other than an inner ear disorder.

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