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Is it normal for Meneires Disease symptoms to stop & then start up again a few years later? I'm doing Vestibular Exercise & Meclazine. Anything else?

Is it normal for Meneires Disease symptoms to stop & then start up again a few years later?  I'm doing Vestibular Exercise & Meclazine. Anything else?

Fluctuating menieres: It is common for Menieres symptoms to fluctuate with time. The treatments you are trying tend to help, although vestibular exercises are more helpful for peripheral vertigo. You may wish to consider dietary salt restriction also. For some people, it makes a big difference, and it is not harmful. ...Read more

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What are some vestibular disorders that can cause anxiety symptoms?

What are some vestibular disorders that can cause anxiety symptoms?

Anxious: other than being anxious from dizziness, a vestibular disorder has no relationship to anxiety. Meclizine may help a temporary vestibular disorder. Anxiety can be reduced by learning how to cope. ...Read more

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Long term dizziness (2 months). diangosis with vestibular disorder but now feeling acute nausea, vertigo, floating, hypoglycemic symptoms and facial spams?

Long term dizziness (2 months). diangosis with vestibular disorder but now feeling acute nausea, vertigo, floating, hypoglycemic symptoms and facial spams?

Vertigo: Definitely sounds vestibular. You might have just developed Meniere's disease of the inner ear with acute 'attacks.' More likely with ringing and hearing loss in one ear, but not necessarily. Or it may just be 'benign positional vertigo' on top of the general dizziness you've been having. See ENT for hearing test and balance testing, then treat accordingly. ...Read more

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How does a vestibular processing disorder affects your balance?

How does a vestibular processing disorder affects your balance?

ENT and NEUROLOGY: balace affected inner ear such a small area any thing touching there fluid or infection can give you nausea and off balance if thats not cause see neurologist ...Read more

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I need to know what is vestibular neuritis and how long does it take to fully recover from the symptoms?

I need to know what is vestibular neuritis and how long does it take to fully recover from the symptoms?

Vestibular neuritis: Acutely, vestibular neuritis is usually treated symptomatically, meaning that medications are given for nausea and to reduce dizziness. When a herpes virus infection is strongly suspected, an antiviral medication can be used. When a circulation disturbance is suspected, an agent that reduces the likelihood of stroke may be used. It usually takes 3 weeks to recover from vestibular neuritis. ...Read more

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Can a chiropractor really help with vestibular disoder?

Can a chiropractor really help with vestibular disoder?

Not hardly: What did he tell you, that it's a "pinched nerve"? He'd have said that no matter what you had: Ulcers, ovarian cysts, insomnia, anything. That's the delusion of chiropractic: Every problem is a pinched nerve: Not just vestibular disorders or back pain, but everything: Depression, infertility, acne, constipation, obesity, flat feet, you name it. You're being sold quackery with a capital Q. ...Read more

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Is it true that the brain compensates after a while when you have a chronic vestibular disorder?

Is it true that the brain compensates after a while when you have a chronic vestibular disorder?

Yes, it happens: When one has a unilateral labyrinthitis, once healing starts, the brain reacts to the vestibular imbalance and corrects slowly and steadily. Usually takes a few weeks but is the typical course of healing.. ...Read more

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What symptoms differentiate vestibular migraine from vestibular neuritis or labyrinthitis?

What symptoms differentiate vestibular migraine from vestibular neuritis or labyrinthitis?

Vestibular dysfunct.: Vestibular neuritis and labyrinthitis result from infection in the inner ear or the nerves connecting the inner ear to the brain. This disrupts transmission of sensation from ear to brain. Vertigo, dizziness, and difficulties with balance, vision, or hearing may result. Migraine usually adds pain to the equation, but vertigo may also create nausea and vomiting. ...Read more

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