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She needs to see an ENT doctor.
This can be benign vertigo: it is curable with the correct physical maneuvers, such as the epley maneuver.
IT can also be a heart rhythm problem and EKG is not enough testing.
She needs a 48 hour holter monitor.
It can be autonomic nervous system dysfunction. This is tested with a tilt table test, done by a cardiologist.
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Thanks for this question
Lets get more detail on this
what seems to trigger it?
standing? head movement? laying on one side?