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My grandpa's(70) suffering from mild survical pain since he met a bathroom accident 5 years ago. now he's feeling a little dizziness whenever he walks, talks, sits and stands. X ray reports don't show anything. What might be the possible disease and treatment?

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Hi,
It is possible that the accident in the bathroom was caused by dizziness rather than the other way around. The dizziness can sometimes be caused by a problem with the middle ear. It would be a good idea to have it checked.
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Eric Brandt, B.Sc. Pharm

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