Dizziness, nausea, headaches, drowsiness and weakness may be labyrinthine?

Expert answer:

Dizziness, nausea, headache, drowsiness and weakness are not properly symptoms of labyrinthitis, since some of them are not characteristic of this pathology. The classic symptoms of labyrinthitis can be:

  • Dizziness (feeling of loss of balance and falling, as if the person no longer feels the floor);
  • Vertigo (feeling that everything around is spinning or tilting);
  • Nausea;
  • Vomiting;
  • Loss of balance;
  • Ringing in the ear;
  • Loss of hearing.

Labyrinthitis usually occurs in transient point crises and may recur. The seizures may last only a few minutes or come in frequent episodes.

However, both the symptoms of labyrinthitis and those mentioned at the beginning of the text may be indicative of other more serious diseases, such as anemia, tumors, stroke ("stroke"), among others.

Anyone who is feeling dizzy or lightheaded should seek a doctor as soon as possible because, as has already been seen, it can be a sign of serious illness.

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Here on the site we do not diagnose. Therefore, if you experience dizziness, nausea, headaches, drowsiness, and weakness, you should visit a general practitioner or family physician for an appropriate diagnosis.