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Labrynthitis. How long will I need antivert (meclizine)?

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Dr. Bernstein Joel
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Correct diagnosis

Labyrinthitis is strictly speaking, an inflammation of the inner ear (hearing and balance).
The term is loosed very loosely by a general physician. If you truly have spinning (vertigo), see an ENT doctor. The diagnosis may vary from positional vertigo, to meniere's disease, to even an acoustic tumor. You need an audiogram and balance function testing to make a diagnosis.

In brief: Correct diagnosis

Labyrinthitis is strictly speaking, an inflammation of the inner ear (hearing and balance).
The term is loosed very loosely by a general physician. If you truly have spinning (vertigo), see an ENT doctor. The diagnosis may vary from positional vertigo, to meniere's disease, to even an acoustic tumor. You need an audiogram and balance function testing to make a diagnosis.
Dr. Bernstein Joel
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