Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV) It is caused by dislodged crystals in your inner ear. These crystals are usually firmly attached to a part of your inner ear which detects gravity – so that you know what is up or down. Sometimes these crystals can become dislodged and end up in a part of the
Swallowing problems There are many causes of swallowing problems: they are not generally serious and resolve easily. However, if you have significant problems swallowing for more than 3 weeks you need to see an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist. Worrying symptoms are food sticking in the throat, a persistent sore throat, persistent pain on one
Nose bleeds are very common in children; they are annoying but rarely serious. The bleed comes from a burst blood vessel at the front part of the nasal septum (the wall of cartilage between the two nostrils) so it can easily be stopped by pinching the front of the nose for 5 minutes. After doing
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