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... ovir and antivirals for Meniere's. Dr. Gacek said it also often works for BPPV. He said if it doesn't work, he would do physical therepy which I take to mean the Epley maneuver for the BPPV. So far, I don't think the Aclovir has helped. My dad will see the Dr. again next week and maybe face having the Epley maneuver. ... (12 replies)
... ree positions. EAch time it lasted about 15sec and then I just held the position for another 30 after that. The crystals are supposedly like a slurry, so they can be slow moving which is why sometimes the spin will occur a few seconds after you have gone into a position that causes the vertigo. ... (25 replies)
... fully, but did not seem to be working as it should, sent me to the hospital instead because I was "pushing" myself through the "symptoms that are supposed to get worse before they get better" with this treatment and I just kept getting sicker and finally had to go in the hospital for fluids. ... (46 replies)

BPV question
Mar 23, 2006
... hope you are doing good today. I'm doing OK except I still suffer from insomnia which make things worse. Didn't sleep at all well last night so paying the price today....... I take sleeping pills occasionally but try not to more than 3 times a week. ... (25 replies)
... I can tell if I will be a good or bad day. ... (25 replies)
... nce anxiety gets a small hold then your mental anxeity takes you from there, but I think the vestibular stuff puts you in a state that even a small bit of stress can build into a major panic attack. ... (11 replies)
... It can be done multiple times. As a matter of fact if you're brave enough you can try it yourself at home. You'll have to know what the affected side is, tho. ... (6 replies)
... Should I demand epley at VRT place? ... (28 replies)
... Just wanted to jump on this board and let you know that I am a fellow "dizzy"! I have had vertigo now for about 30 years. It started after the birth of my first child and has gotten worse each year. ... (27 replies)
Nov 15, 2003
... Thanks for answering! Is it beneficial to do the Epley even tho' I haven't had actual spinning for about a month and a half? ... (9 replies)
... in case it can help someone else. Here's the guts of my personal story. ... (0 replies)
... Meniere's syndrome"...which are not really true diagnoses, or at least diagnoses that make doctors happy. Whatever, it's not my fault their objective testing isn't up to par. ... (12 replies)
... llow, yawn, etc. and occasionally I will go through episodes where my ear will 'pop' and the fullness will appear worse, sounds seem muffled yet almost louder, I can relieve this by laying down and putting slight pressure on that ear. ... (4 replies)
... About 8 months after this all started I had another short vertigo spin that lasted about 30 seconds but this time it was different. I didn't have any nausea or prolonged sense of dizziness. ... (2 replies)
Perilymph Fistula
Nov 12, 2010
... couldn't get up without the spins. I took medication which did not help an saw Dr. Lehrer again. He performed a maneuver on me for what he called BPPV, a type of vertigo caused by position. First he does the test to see if you have it and then the Epley maneuver to correct it, depending which ear affects you. ... (55 replies)
... Around Christmas of 2008 I got a severe vertigo attack. I had an MRI done which did show one spot but I was told it was nothing to be worried about. ... (17 replies)
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... I saw the ENT, he did the Epley maneuver and I felt great the first day. The next morning, I was left with this even worse feeling of being not right. I was in the pharmacy, couldn't stand straight, couldn't see things, when I walked, everything in my sight "bounced" with me. ... (140 replies)
... Just another tale of BBPV vertigo you might like to hear. ... (16 replies)
Sep 9, 2007
... After that last vertigo attack in December, I still felt "off" for a while, which wasn't unusual. ... (3 replies)

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