Should I talk to doctor about my subjective vertigo and dizziness symptoms?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

If you have symptoms of subjective vertigo or dizziness, you should talk to your doctor. It's especially important to talk to a doctor if you're experiencing difficulty swallowing, irregular eye movements, slurred speech, blurred or double vision, weakness in the arms and legs, and/or facial paralysis along with your vertigo and dizziness. Fortunately, subjective vertigo and dizziness are often easily diagnosed.

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