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It does go away
Aug 19, 2008
... suffered from a viral labyrinthitis in one ear that caused problems with hearing and balance, off feeling, surreal feeling, insomnia, the works. ... (2 replies)
... So to those of you who feel like you're going to be dizzy forever, hang in there, this thing does go away!!! ... (4 replies)
... tion to have, and it seems like most people take a few months to recover fully. However, I wanted to reassure you because medical doctors say that this condition does heal itself, and it should do so within 2 months. ... (14 replies)

... who did some tests including the rotary chair and goggles. I had to stop the water in the ear test due to severe nausea. Anyways the otoneurologist said I had labyrinthitis and put me on verapamil and butalbital. I also started with a PT who specialized in vertigo. ... (0 replies)
... no appetite after 5pm... can't work. feel drugged up in mornings. hate shopping or being away from home. hate being left alone. my left ear is full and doesn't unblock... not taking any meds. perhaps i should... ... (7 replies)
... labyrinthitis, which usually does not permanent damage and usually resolves itself with time. ... (17 replies)
... nesty is appreciated about revealing the more vulnerable side that you never new existed. This is how I feel and realize I am not alone. I wish none of us had to go through this. I have been trying to figure all of this out with few answers from the doctors. I just keep trying to find an answer or a cure. ... (11 replies)
... ent. I know there are cases of sea motion continuing for periods of time but this is not the case with me because the boat I was on during 2008 did not generally go to sea. ... (11 replies)
... Hi guys I have labyrinthitis now for the last 10 weeks. ... (25 replies)
... most people get over this quickly and may have some mild lingering effects that go away over the following months. ... (25 replies)
... here are many people on this board that have initially been diagnosed with labrynthitis...or as you will see on here, referred to as "Labs". some people, it can go away in a few weeks...others, it's affects can linger for a while. do a search on the engine here for it, and it will bring up all the posts discussing this.... ... (25 replies)
... at this point i have a few days where im off but other than that i can be normal again. i does get much much better and will go away in time!! ... (9 replies)
... and see what they say. I'd be careful though, an ear doctor looked me straight in the face after I asked about taking dramamine and the symptoms taking longer to go away and she said it didn't prolong anything. I've found out it does matter. Make sure you find a doctor who really knows their stuff. ... (8 replies)
... properly instead of haphazardly. I was told on Monday that I probably had Labyrinthitis of Vestibular "something" I can't recall what they said, I was too nervous and wanted to GET OUT of that weird chair. ... (8 replies)
... generally labyrinthitis dizziness is not described as "lightheadiness" but you could be in the final stages. ... (13 replies)
Labyrinthitis?
Feb 2, 2005
... That is a huge percentage, does it eventually go away for those of you that have it this long? ... (5 replies)
... visual centre. This used to be a constant thing with the labyrinthitis in earlier days....it would wax and wane. At its worse I would wake in the night in full tremor. ... (14 replies)
... Welcome to this board. Your doctor is pretty much correct. Labyrinthitis is something you have to let run its course I'm afraid. ... (23 replies)
... pick labyrinthitis. They just don't understand this illness...absolutely stuns me how little is known about something so significant!! Hang in there amigo....it does eventually go away although it takes forever. ... (23 replies)
... about 2 yrs ago i was diagnosed with Labyrinthitis by my ENT doctor. i had previously been sick and he figured since he didnt find anything else, that lets just say you have labyrinthitis. ... (3 replies)




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