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Hi everyone.

Last month I got told that I had labyrinths. After 4 months of suffering it's just getting worse. They've give me prochlorperazine 5mg tablets. I've only started them today but have been very dizzy of them. Does anyone know how long it will take to kick in? As I can't leave my house as I'm very unwell.

Any help.

Thanks Chloe x

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    Prochlorperazine is an antiemetic.  Do they know what caused the "labyrinthitis" in the first place? Bacterial, viral?

    Eleftherios S. Papathanasiou, PhD, FEAN

    Clinical Neurophysiologist

    Fellow of the European Academy of Neurology

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    Hi ya yes these tablets make me dizzy as well .i stopped taking them .now i am not taking anything as i have tried everything but they all have the same side effects which is dizziness.
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    Hi a Chloe, I have tried to,respond to your post three times but for some reason this website seems to have a bug,,whereby a pop,up,from google appears about winning an iPhone !!  So, ADMIN PLEASE NOTE THIS IS THE ONLY ,PAGE THAT BRINGS IT UP!! IT,DOESNT ALLOW YOU TO CANCEL OR DELETE,  SO IT,S IMPOSSIBLE TO,GET BACK TO PAGE WITHOUT SWITCHING OFF AND RELOADING. Sorry chloe. But there is no Contact i can find on here for the Admin Team.i just have to,hope,they read this and sort it,out!  I clear my cookies daily btw,!

    I will try to PM you Chloe

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    Hi Chloe - Im sorry to say thats the million dollar question.  Ive had mine 4 years now but it is improving Its finding the right medication.  They thought I had labs but it turned out to be migraine associated vertigo.  There is a website on facebook for it which is very helpful. 
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    It took 3 days for them to kick in. I had them for nausea.

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