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Minereas disease i have minereas disease and was told i had a twisted artery in my neck could this be effecting the minereas because now no medication works dizzy and ringing in ears pretty much constant can't take many more 8 hours of vomiting

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Dr. John Holder
Cardiology 57 years experience
You : You are probaly referring to meniere's disease, an inner ear problem that causes dizziness and vertigo and frequently loss of hearing. It is felt due to an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the ear and can be difficult to treat. It is not a vascular problem. See wikipedia for an excellent explanation.
Dr. Stephen Gordon
Dentistry 43 years experience
Meniere's Syndrome: Inner ear, only one side ringing, vertigo (dizziness with nausea), may occur in families. Limit or eliminate caffeine, salt, chocolate. See a physician who treats these cases if the episodes occur often, consider an endolymphatic shunt (surgical procedure). Successfully works for many. Hearing aids do not work to reduce ringing. Some people outgrow vertigo, but not ringing.

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