... department in The National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery in London. I am seen in Rosalyn Davies department, I have seen her once and think she's fantastic. If you go the NHS route you will probably get to see a registrar who works under her. ... (2 replies)
... I have read it soo many times that the experts are neurotologists - checked on the net and no luck in the UK - Scotland since thats were I am would be even better. I aksed my ENT chap and kinda said what a waste of time as they were basically all ENt surgeons any how - in other words i am telling you the same as they would..helpful huh.......my GP kinda looked at me odd and... (9 replies)
... Just to say I know you're both looking for neurotologists in Australia and Canada. Just wanted to make sure you'd checked out Sub's answer to IRobertson's topic 'How to find a neurotologist in the Uk. ... (2 replies)
... I notice you are in the UK. ... (23 replies)
... although didn't have surgery. Less so now, but I also get the strange fluctuations in hearing and the hyperacusis. My hearing tests were always perfect, before the migraine diagnosis I simply couldn't understand what the heck was going on. ... (0 replies)
... orted me emotionally.Recently she went away for 3 months. It made me realise how dependent I had become on her Having her around has been mostly a blessing, but in some ways I think having one person you come to lean on can also hold your recovery back. ... (14 replies)
... You will read in many places on the internet that vestibular suppressants delay compensation. ... (7 replies)
... as it interferes with what is called compensation. Compensation is when the brain learns to interact with the new signals coming from the now damaged nerve in your ear. The reason you feel dizzy is that your brain is attempting to do this but hasn't got the hang of it yet. ... (7 replies)
... Wish I could remember where, in my long trawls through the internet, but I know there was a study done, I think in Australia, that indicated many people with panic disorder my have an underlying inner ear problem. ... (6 replies)
... t 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)
... Hiya :wave:
Do you feel nauseaous at all when the room is spinning?
It could be labyrinthitis, which is when the inner ear concerned with your balance becomes inflamed. This is caused by a viral infection.
Your doctor may be able to prescribe antiemetic drugs to relieve your symptoms,
When the symptoms are serere though, you should try and lie as still as possible.... (29 replies)
... I am in a funny situation really, because i am in the UK, and i am 5 hours from home because i have travelled to see my boyfriend. Hpw urgent is it that i see someone? ... (29 replies)
... Hey Bob,
Sorry to hear that you are having a bit of a horrid spell!! I know that one only two well. For me I have had this darn thing for the past 2 and a half years.
To answer your questions:
The best people to see about inner ear issues are neurotologists, but maybe as a first base an ENT doctor. It very much depends on where you live. In the UK there are only two... (5 replies)
... many people here who have finally, finally got the answers they are looking for have seen them. Please put 'Which Specialist to see' in the search engine on this board. ... (15 replies)
... your history, to work out whether you are an inner ear sufferer, despite inconclusive results, or whether, based on your history, other factors need to be taken in to account, tmj, neck probs, headaches etc... ... (2 replies)