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Wish I knew: Any kind of insult to the inner ear might do it, but no single problem predictably causes meneire's. In many cases a viral inner ear infection damages an area of the inner ear that leads to a change in how electrolytes are handled in those tissues. That leads to accumulation of fluid in the inner ear, which leads to the spells and hearing loss. Allergy can play a role.See 1 more doctor answer
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See below: Ménière's disease is a disorder of the inner ear that can affect hearing and balance to a varying degree. It is characterized by episodes of vertigo, low-pitched tinnitus, and hearing loss. The hearing loss is fluctuating rather than permanent, meaning that it comes and goes, alternating between ears for some time, then becomes permanent with no return to normal function.
Yes but not likely: Dizziness, ringing in the ears, and nausea are the the primary symptoms of meniere's disease. This disease is more common than aterio venous malformations. Nevertheless an avm which is located in certain areas of the brain could reproduce some of these symptoms but the common causes are more likely.
Medication, and more: There is no cure for meniere's disease, but symptoms can be managed with motion sickness medication such as diazepam (valium) or Meclizine (antivert). Antibiotics or steroids can be injected into the middle ear. Hearing aids can help with hearing loss and rehabilitation can help with balance issues. Surgery can be done in patients with severe symptoms.See 2 more doctor answers
Meniere's disease: No cure exists for meniere's disease, but a number of strategies may help you manage some symptoms. Research shows that most people with meniere's disease respond to treatment, although long-term hearing loss is difficult to prevent. It is important to talk to your doctor about certain treatment options and choose the best treatment option for you :].
Certain websites: Good sources of medical information include: johns hopkins newsletters; mayo clinic; national insitute of medicine; 'google' it; an excellent book on neurology or otolaryngology; webmd, a neurologist or ENT physician, the meniere's association are some of the sources.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Meniere's attacks are episodic with sometimes long intervals between attacks. If you could have an attack while with your friends, then you might describe what happens during an attack so they can assist you and not panic. Otherwise they might get scared, call 911 or simply freak out. Just the major details are needed
Meniere's: Here is a nice website link with a good amount of information about meniere's http://www. Menieresinfo. Com/start. Html.See 1 more doctor answer
See below: Ménière's disease is a disorder of the inner ear that can affect hearing and balance to a varying degree. It is characterized by episodes of vertigo, low-pitched tinnitus, and hearing loss. The hearing loss is fluctuating rather than permanent, meaning that it comes and goes, alternating between ears for some time, then becomes permanent with no return to normal function.See 1 more doctor answer
Are menieres disease symptoms constant, or like an intermittent thing? Can they occur several times per hour?
Yes both possible: In Meniere's disease, the episodes of symptoms are usually characterized by periods of remission and exacerbation. However, the period of length that the symptoms last is variable. For example, the feeling of dizziness (vertigo) may last anywhere from a few minutes to several hours, but can also last for several days on rare occasions. Other symptoms include worsening hearing and ringing.
I have menieres disease and with two injections ofgentamicin in2011 I was free of sspinning attacks. Now 2014 I have the dizzandes etc, what med.?
Complicated.: Complicated. Could be something beside menieres. See your md asap.
No cure: Meniere's disease should be considered a chronic, lifelong condition with no cure. Treatment may relieve symptoms but doesn't address the underlying abnormal pathophysiology. Hearing loss progresses over time, and often results in permanent loss at all frequencies in the affected ear. This usually occurs over 8-10 years.
Yes: As it was a definite final diagnosis, it indeed was a sucessful outcome.
Does suffering from menieres disease means you will go completely deaf at one point in time? Or just partially?
Meniere's disease: Sensorineural hearing loss in Meniere's disease is usually fluctuating in occurrence and often initially affects lower frequencies. It progresses over time in intensity, and often results in permanent loss of hearing at all frequencies in the affected ear after about 8-10 years.
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