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

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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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