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Lose Control Bowels Attack Labyrinthitis
Very worrisome: Vertigo and incontinence suggests a more serious disorder. Labyrinthitis is an inflammation of the inner ear that causes spinning vertigo, nausea, and often hearing loss and/or tinnitis. This usually is associated with signs of viral illness. An acute bout of vertigo with loss of awareness and loss of control of bowel and/or bladder may be caused by a seizure. ...Read more
Could ativan lose its effectiveness after just 3 days? Could your body already get used to that MG? Also do ativan help with Labyrinthitis dizziness?
I didn't get much sleep last night and I have labyrinthitis, my anxiety is going crazy. Mini panic attacks and feeling like I won't ever be able to sl?
I took an ativan for my dizziness from labyrinthitis and anxiety attack last night, only got a few hours sleep if that. If I get anxious and take another ativan will it knock me out I can't sleep yet?
Not a good idea: Chasing symptoms with Ativan/lorazepam is a bad idea. Settle yourself in a dark, relaxing place, practice your deep breathing/meditations, and you should fall asleep. Your anxiety will be less when you wake up. Ativan (all benzodiazepines) are terribly addicting. You should avoid them, managing your anxiety with non-drug methods mentioned above. If meds absolutely needed, safer ones available ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was diagnosed with Labyrinthitis, I had a vicious panic attack/dizzy attack last night. I couldn't stand up without wanting to fall over. My eyes ne?
Yes it is: When one is extremely frightened, one can have sudden diarrhea stools or lose control of bowel. In a sense your body gets rid of bowel contents so you can run or fight with less distraction. This response happens in other animals too. Witness horses who suddenly come upon a bear, etc. It can happen with soldiers on battlefields too. ...Read more
I've had labyrinthitis for 2 months (I think) I've had symptoms of it but diagnosed with it finally a few weeks ago. How long does it last?
Varies: Unfortunately, it may last for six months or more, but it usually resolves sooner than that. No cure that works for everyone. Try ginger tea for the nausea. Other substances that may help include Vinpocetine 40 mg/day from a health food store, and Piracetam 4.8 gm twice/day from an on-line overseas pharmacy. Don't drive until you are well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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