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What kind of doctor specializes in labyrinthitis problems?

What kind of doctor specializes in labyrinthitis problems?

Otologist: An otologist is an ear nose and throat (ENT) doctor who further specializes in disorders of the ear. ...Read more

Dr. Suresh Mukherji
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Labyrinthitis (Definition)

A condition caused by swelling and irritation of the inner ear. This often results in a loss of balance, a loss ...Read more


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What kind of doctor specializes in labyrinthitis tests?

ENT: Most ENT doctors ate able to perform physical examination, and objective tests to evaluate possible labyrinthitis. ...Read more

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Blurry/foggy vision, kind of dizzy, tinnitus, and weird pressure in my head. Everything looks "off" went to PT for labyrinthitis and doc said everything's ok. Could I need glasses? Not anxious.

Blurry/foggy vision, kind of dizzy, tinnitus, and weird pressure in my head. Everything looks "off" went to PT for labyrinthitis and doc said everything's ok. Could I need glasses? Not anxious.

Ans: From your statement seems like this has been going on for a while. Have you been hydrating? Any head trauma? The blurry vision is concerning. Better start over with a good history and exam and lab work and diagnostic testing ...Read more

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Blurred vision type dizziness and derealzation doc said labyrinthitis but the antibiotics didn't work and I can't take steroids could this is fatal?

Labyrinthitis: This is often viral and self-limiting with complete recovery. You might try using a decongestant like pseudoephedrine or oxymetozaline nasal spray and also use saline rinses with a Neti-pot. Hope this clears up soon. Definitely not fatal. ...Read more

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I feel very off, like nothing looks real, I think it's depersonalization. My primary and mental health doc says it's from labyrinthitis and won't give me ssris. I feel like I'm dying. What can I do?

I feel very off, like nothing looks real, I think it's depersonalization. My primary and mental health doc says it's from labyrinthitis and won't give me ssris. I feel like I'm dying. What can I do?

Nutrition is: An additional route you can take. Stick with your docs and add a food allergy lab panel. Great Plains lab in KS has a good one. How pis the quality of your lifestyle, diet and exercise? Peace and good health. ...Read more

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I have daily nausea, dizzy spells, general weakness, anxiety, hypoglycaemia for 2 years following viral labyrinthitis. No doctor has helped. Help!

I have daily nausea, dizzy spells, general weakness, anxiety, hypoglycaemia for 2 years following viral labyrinthitis. No doctor has helped. Help!

Difficult.: If treated early with antiviral such as Acyclovir, famcyclovir, valacyclovir, these will shorten the viral shedding and may prevent auditory and vestibular damage. Steroids like Methylprednisolone decrease the inflammation and benzodiazepines can also help with anxiety and dizzy spells. Unfortunately, in spite of best efforts, residual neurological symptoms persist. Symptomatic treatment continues. ...Read more

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I have labyrinthitis but I face episodes when I hear loud noises. Is there a way to better manage this ear problem I have?

I have labyrinthitis but I face episodes when I hear loud noises. Is there a way to better manage this ear problem I have?

SSC dehisence?: Superior semicircular canal (ssc) dehiscence syndrome is a rare but increasingly recognized condition in which vertigo and hearing symptoms are elicited by sound or pressure due to an anatomic defect at one part of the inner ear (ssc) in charge of our vestibular (balance)system. There is usually a type of conductive hearing loss as well as sound-induced vertigo. High-res ct scan helps diagnosis. ...Read more

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Can sinuses make youndizzy and/or make the after effects of Labyrinthitis worse? My forehead is tender and my vision is kind of foggy.

Can sinuses make youndizzy and/or make the after effects of Labyrinthitis worse? My forehead is tender and my vision is kind of foggy.

Needs office evaluat: This complaint should be evaluated with a complete hands on ENT evaluation and may involve imaging as well ...Read more

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Uncompensated labyrinthitis, I have pressure and slight dizziness in my head. Kind of weird vision like my eyes are strained, normal symptoms?

Uncompensated labyrinthitis, I have pressure and slight dizziness in my head. Kind of weird vision like my eyes are strained, normal symptoms?

Not unusual: With labyrinthine disorders it is not unusual to also experience some visual symptoms as well as vertigo. If you have further concerns consult a neurologist or an otolaryngologist who specializes in positional vertigo for full evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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Extremely dizzy in my head, vision is more blurry. Left ear is ringing, I'm waiting to start physical therapy for labyrinthitis. Kind of depersonalized. Could that be labyrinthitis or anxiety?

Extremely dizzy in my head, vision is more blurry. Left ear is ringing, I'm waiting to start physical therapy for labyrinthitis. Kind of depersonalized. Could that be labyrinthitis or anxiety?

Or none of the above: Be sure this is an inner ear issue and not something further down stream (brain). Depersonalizations is not a feature of inner ear disease. ... ...Read more

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Is Divertigo safe? Does it work? I have some sort of inner ear problem they they say is labyrinthitis but it's been almost 3 months Possible? Help plz

Is Divertigo safe? Does it work? I have some sort of inner ear problem they they say is labyrinthitis but it's been almost 3 months Possible? Help plz

VERTIGO W/U: Vertigo W/U must be very through. You need full exam&Labs. Especially focused NEURO exam to check for nystagmus. If it appears Post-Viral or BPV. A short course of steroids may help. OTC PRoducts may help as well. I recommend Antivert (meclizine). If SX Persia or worsen, a CT SCAN AND ENT&NEURO CONSULT may be warranted. Also follow a gluten free low salt diet. WHOLEAPPROACH. COM& gutbliss. Com ...Read more

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What kind of doctor specializes in tongue problems?

What kind of doctor specializes in tongue problems?

Tongue doctor?: Need to see a dentist, oral surgeon or maybe
an ENT doctor. ...Read more

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What kind of doctor specializes in dealing with facial problems?

What kind of doctor specializes in dealing with facial problems?

Dermatologist: Generally facial skin problems are dealt with by a dermatologist. However ophthalmology, otolaryngology and plastic surgeons can sometimes deal with these issues as well. ...Read more

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What kind of doctor specializes in eye movement problems?

What kind of doctor specializes in eye movement problems?

See below: Pediatric ophthalmologists also specialize in eye movement disorders in adults. ...Read more

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Which type of doctor specializes in body odor problems?

Which type of doctor specializes in body odor problems?

Dermatologists: See a dermatologist if you are having these types of problems. You may have a bacterial infection that can be treated with topical antibiotics. ...Read more

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What can be done for labyrinthitis?

Labyrinthitis: Should see ENT for exam and audiogram. If viral, supportive care indicated, i.e. antivertginous medications, avoidance of alcohol, smoking, rest, etc. If not, treatment dependent on findings ...Read more

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I was wondering what are some symptoms of labyrinthitis?

Vestibular disorder: Labyrinthitis is also referred to as vestibular neuronitis and refers to a disorder of the inner ear. Symptoms include:
abnormal sensation of movement (vertigo)
difficulty focusing the eyes because of involuntary eye movements
dizziness
hearing loss in one ear
loss of balance, such as falling toward one side
nausea and vomiting
ringing or other noises in the ears (tinnitus)

i hope this helps. ...Read more

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What does labyrinthitis do to the ears?

What does labyrinthitis do to the ears?

Labyrinthitis & Ears: Labyrinthitis describes inflammation of the part of the inner ear that controls your balance. This inflammation can cause sudden vertigo, a sensation of spinning that can make you nauseous and throw up. Labyrinthitis can also cause you to have ringing in your ear or lead to temporary hearing loss. ...Read more

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What's the best treatment to get rid of labyrinthitis?

Time: And you could try decongestants. Meclizine may help with the dizziness. ...Read more

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Can very tight neck, traps, etc. Cause labyrinthitis?

Can very tight neck, traps, etc. Cause labyrinthitis?

No: The labyrinth is in the inner ear. Tight neck can cause dizziness by compression of the carotid artery. If you are having dizziness see an otologist. ...Read more

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Could TMJ dysfuntion cause labyrinthitis? Any relationship?

Could TMJ dysfuntion cause labyrinthitis? Any relationship?

Very common: The secret of success in treating pain and TMJ syndromes is proper diagnosis. See an Orofacial Pain specialist for conservative and predictable treatment. ...Read more

Dr. Lawrence Kessler
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Otitis Interna (Definition)

Otitis interna = inflammation ...Read more