Nitil Tablet 5mg Usage

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Nico Says:

My doctor prescribed these small tablets for me when I had a balance problem. I had to hold onto furniture when I got out of bed. Everything around you spins. It apparently has something to do with an inner ear infection.

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Kevin Says:

Hello Nico,

I was unable to find any medication under the name of nitil. This could be either from a typo or it's just a new drug with very little information on it.

What I do know is that our ears maintain our equilibrium. The vestibular system works in conjunction with our sight in order to give us a sense of balance and positioning with reference to other objects. Often when people have an ear infection or other ear related problems that affect the vestibular system we experience dizziness and vertigo, sometimes to the point of being completely uncapable of maintaining our balance. Assuming he found an infection in your ear and that this medication is administered to treat infections it is likely that he prescribed the medication to cure the infection which should also solve your balance issues.

I hope this helps. Have a great day.

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