Yesterday morning I ended up in A&E. I had a vertigo attack that was not possible to manage at home. I resisted from 6 a.m. to 9.30 for 3 hours, it was getting worse. I had to go the hospital. It is a small local hospital with very basic emergency facilities. The Dr. examined me and put me on a drip, checked whether I was diabetic, I am not. So it must be glicose of some sort. I was put in a room with this intravenous drip. Then they came and injected 2 different medicine into the drip bag. I asked what they were; one was mixed vitamin B, the other was Nootropil. As soon as the injection went into my veins I started to get very shaky, my both arm and mostly my hands. Occasionally legs started to get twitchy. My husband was worried called the nurse. She stopped the drip and called the dr. She was very condescending, asked whether I was nervous or upset about something. I answered that I was upset about being sick and being in this hospital! She gave me a look that she was genuinely surprised to my answer, which I found strange. I was obviously reacting to the medicine. But this never crossed her mind somehow. Then she decided to put me on oxygen. This helped a bit. After quarter of the liquid in the bag in me I was a bit better and I felt vertigo was going away. I was let to go home after this, told to see neurologist the next day. He only comes once a week on Wednesdays. I went to see him today. He suggested a brain MRI and some other thing that I'm not sure, I think it is to see whether the arteries in the neck are not clogged. I was so disappointed that I had to get these. I had a brain and neck MRI I hate the procedure. I'm very clostrophobic, no way I will get this again. I hate the idea to go one these big hospitals that no medical staff actually gives a damn about you. He saw my face and suggested that I use this Nootropil for a month together with a blood thinner coraspine I think it is aspirin actually. And then go back to him discuss the situation. I collected my prescription, back home read the prospectus it does make you jittery and gives convulsions etc. I don't think I'll be using it. Has anybody used this medicine ever? I don't know what to do? I'm so poorly recently, just recovered from pneumonia, this followed by terrible intestine problems. I just got a bit better now the old vertigo is back. I just want to scream or top myself up. It is never ending and no Dr understands anything, what do they know?