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Been a long time
Mar 13, 2007
... osed with BPPV. The Dr. did the MEP, and I thought that would be it. But No. Wasn't going to be that easy! He did send me home with a sheet with instructions on how to do it at home. I didn't for awhile because I was afraid of getting dizzy! ... (9 replies)
... she does some positional maneuvers and watches how your eyes respond. ... (3 replies)
BPPV Treatment
Mar 22, 2004
... and stayed until the BPPV returned exactly 6 months to the day later. By that time I'd seen the ENT and he told me if it ever returned to come in for the Epley maneuver. ... (8 replies)

BPPV Treatment
Mar 22, 2004
... Although I wasnt experiencing the proper vertigo anymore he diagnosed BPPV as well, which I as much expected after the recent spinning. ... (8 replies)
BPPV Treatment
Mar 10, 2004
... Although I wasnt experiencing the proper vertigo anymore he diagnosed BPPV as well, which I as much expected after the recent spinning. ... (8 replies)
... go I thought I had a stomach bug, but I mentioned the accompanying strange dizziness to a friend who explained to me that she had come down with something called BPPV last fall. So after some googling I betook myself to the hospital via a friend, whose car I miraculously managed to not throw up in. ... (16 replies)
... after 2 years of feeling good, started to feel "spacy" again last week, doc said that the right eardrum was bulging outwards and she could see clear fluid behind it, and the left one was a little bit. ... (3 replies)
... r thing. And boy do I feel like I am in another world. My ears were feeling painful and clogged never had this pre vestibular. Pain in my left ear even though my BPPV diagnosed in right ear. Really makes me wonder if I have LAbs and BPPV. ... (2 replies)
... My question is, when you get BPPV do you just get the vertigo, or do you get the fuzzy head, lack of concentration, and all of those other dizzy disoriented symptoms with it? ... (5 replies)
... Going on 6 months for me. Tried everything-Still doing Epley exercises, eye exercises, quit taking valium after 5 months-not helping-mezcline didnt work-MRI, CAT all ok-antibiotics didnt help. One doctor says it's MAV-due to menopause-another-BPPV then another anxiety maybe dont know (at she was honest-lol) Still dizzy 24/7-off balance and foggy headed-get confused at times.... (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)
... s like BPPV. It's scarey at first but don't worry it's treatable. Your GP might know the Epley Maneuver. This is one of the treatments for BPPV. If I was you see how long it lasts, it might go away in a few days on it's own. The body will absorb the "ear rocks" that are causing the problem in the inner ear. ... (29 replies)
... Diagnoses with BPPV 15 months ago and I forget how long it lasted but a physical therapist had me practice the Modified Epley Maneuver and I was fine after a while. ... (5 replies)
... which I did for the 1st time last night. ... (1 replies)
... oto I can find on my plan can't see me until Nov. 19th! . Anyway...I thought this sort of plays into your theory about how getting out to the situation makes it better. Which for me it does. I don't know what condition I have at this point. ... (7 replies)
Hopeful
May 18, 2007
... I went to see a neurologist yesterday. I had already been diagnosed with BPPV in Feb. I did the MEP's and could do them without getting dizzy. Then, I felt better started exercising at the gym again and felt off, etc. ... (8 replies)
... bed, I would hold my watch up about 10inches from my face and time the positions. THis way I could see if the latency and fatiguing were changing. I also timed how long I was actually spinning for. ... (24 replies)
... Well it could be: Takes a while for the "rocks" to dissolve or stick---depending on which theory you buy into----usually three complete sets(three maneuvers for each set) of MEP's/Epley's are required---before---you can say---that---rocks are out----however does not mean---they will stay out---depends on---what you do afterwords(movements)----during my 13/14 months had to... (10 replies)
... Strangely, he never mentioned VN. So how do they distinguish between the two? ... (26 replies)
Sensitive Question
Feb 14, 2005
... Just wondering if your BPPV attacks have gotten better since the start and what do you do to cope with them? ... (17 replies)




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