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larryg333 (@larryg333)

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo

Brain & Nervous System | Last Active: Apr 5 10:28am | Replies (23)

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@amandajro

Hello @larryg333 and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I understand you believe you may have BPPV and would like to connect with others who may be able to provide you some information from their own experiences.

Members such as @sueinmn and @hopeful33250 have BPPV and may be able to offer some support and suggestions.

Have you been seen for this or are you trying to identify if you should be?

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Replies to "Hello @larryg333 and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I understand you believe you may have BPPV..."

HI, Amanda. Thanks for the quick response.

I've not reported this recent prob to any professional. I did consult with a neurologist earlier this year for trigeminal neuralgia, which I've had for over 20 years (always been very mild, with short-lived episodes… but this year, it was relentless). Had a brain scan done with special emphasis on the trigeminal branch… all was normal. The TN dissipated shortly thereafter, and has not returned… so far.

If the Epley or other similar manuevers are advised, I'd like to go forward and give them a try.