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What are the symptoms of meniere's disease?

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Dr. Anifat Balogun
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Meniere's symptoms

Symptoms of meniere's disease are a sensation of pressure in the affected ear, ringing or roaring in the ear, dizziness or vertigo of varying intensity and hearing loss.
Hearing loss tends to be worse at the peak of the episode, then slowly improves. Over time, hearing loss progressively worsens.

In brief: Meniere's symptoms

Symptoms of meniere's disease are a sensation of pressure in the affected ear, ringing or roaring in the ear, dizziness or vertigo of varying intensity and hearing loss.
Hearing loss tends to be worse at the peak of the episode, then slowly improves. Over time, hearing loss progressively worsens.
Dr. Anifat Balogun
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In brief: Hearing loss

Endolymphatic hydrops, aka menieres, can cause hearing loss, vertigo, ringing in the ear, and a peculiar congestion sensation.

In brief: Hearing loss

Endolymphatic hydrops, aka menieres, can cause hearing loss, vertigo, ringing in the ear, and a peculiar congestion sensation.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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