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... ear. My concern is that, whilst i have good and bad days it is always there. My question, therefore, is how long does it last? ... (4 replies)
... Can you please tell me how you are doing now? ... (1 replies)
... four months ago and lost hearing on one side. In bed for about three weeks. Had to relearn to walk again. Have extensive tinnitus now. ... (2 replies)

... I just wanted to message you to say I have also been experiencing the same and know just how isolating this feels. Its a really scary condition to have, and it seems like most people take a few months to recover fully. ... (14 replies)
... I was wondering how long do you think it took you to get to this point? ... (17 replies)
Labyrinthitis?
May 4, 2007
... How long you been sick Bax? ... (5 replies)
... I agree with the broken leg theory. I can deal with injuries, but not knowing what to fight or how long it may be there is extremely frustratiing. ... (7 replies)
... of people who get it have it over 1 year. The inflammation prob only takes about 6 weeks to go down hence why there are some who recover in this time frame. For others it is damage they are dealing with which never heals but the brain compensates. ... (4 replies)
... high 90s. Note too that vertigo is NOT a permanent condition. Sometimes too, viral labyrinthitis can lead to BPPV where "rocks" in the ears are let loose. ... (4 replies)
Labyrinthitis?
Feb 2, 2005
... you cannot predict in any way how long labyrinthitis will last. ... (5 replies)
... Quite glad you asked for opinions, as reading your recent post about how to deal with getting to the bathroom when v. dizzy, did make me think, wow, you really need some relief from this disorder. ... (14 replies)
... Cant tell you how long the secondary symptoms will last... ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for the information. I really thought I was getting it over and over again. ... (8 replies)
... broprofen, but only when it is so bad i can't sleep. i rest my neck on a 'bed of nails' acupressure pillow. it has really helped deal with the headches. when the labyrinthitis was at its worst i was unable to lie down as the pressure on my head was so bad and i was so dizzy. i couldn't even sleep without a light on. ... (7 replies)
... thanks for your response! ... (4 replies)
... Hello. I am absolutely new, having spent a couple of hours digging through the inner ear disorders section. I apologise for the length of this post. ... (12 replies)
... and totally disappeared on last friday. Fantastic! But at the same moment appeared strong headaches. ... (12 replies)
... and totally disappeared on last friday. Fantastic! But at the same moment appeared strong headaches. ... (25 replies)
... s, these dizzy conditions make people very anxious and to people who haven't got the conditions or doctors who aren't educated about dizzy disorders the symptoms can sound similiar to anxiety. I had two anxiety diagnosies before I found a specialist who understood what I was going through and diagnosed me. ... (23 replies)
... I have been diagnosed for my dizzy spells but I am still up in the air about the diagnosis' quite frankly. The first dx was Labyrinthitis. ... (22 replies)


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