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... and that you have some uncompensated vestibular damage hanging around. What a star! ... (15 replies)
... I just wanted to post something after my excellent visit today with a new vestibular therapist. She's very well known and I've been wanting to go to her, but my insurance doesn't cover her so I had waited. I am so glad I bit the bullet!!!! ... (15 replies)
Several Tidbits
Apr 10, 2007
... long term prognosis, when treated with cortisones in their acute phase, against people wich didn't have this kind of early treatment, maybe because inmflamation damage was reduced. ... (5 replies)

Who is dizzy?
Jun 17, 2005
... close visual fields very well. By the way, my caloric testing showed vestibular damage to the R ear. ... (12 replies)
... I have uncompensated labyrinthitis which basically means one of my ears are weak! ... (12 replies)
... my diagnosis changed to migraine associated vertigo, with possible peripheral vestibular damage thrown in. I am now on migraine preventatives. I have also done vestibular rehab therapy, which I slacked off from but am now getting back to. ... (15 replies)
Question for Hbep
Oct 15, 2003
... wonder if you do have uncompensated vestibular damage and would have benefited from doing it for longer. ... (1 replies)
... Your doctor is mostly correct that VRT will do little for someone who suffers purely from vestibular migraine although there is one study out there that did show some improvement in a few MAV sufferers who did VRT. ... (26 replies)
... and told by ENT that this sinus, rinitis stuff cloughs your nose and sometimes drains fluid to the ear. If this fluid happens to be infected it could cause some damage in there, and even if it's not the sole soreness, and extra liquid could give you problems too. ... (7 replies)
... Remember, so many here have had normal results while at the same time dealing with vestibular injury and feeling anything BUT normal! Those tests can't always be as conclusive as we'd like them to be. ... (6 replies)
... tainly no expert, everything I've read thus far tells me that it's not that you're likely to get another case of labs, it's just that once you've had the initial vestibular injury, it will always be there. ... (16 replies)
For Scott
Oct 17, 2005
... though every case is unique, I think there are sometimes enough similarities in our conditions that really help us along this journey back to vestibular "wholeness!" In fact, you may remember a post where you encouraged me to stop taking my nightly dose of Restoril. ... (60 replies)
Water pills?
Jun 22, 2005
... I was prescribed water pills to take during my period to decrease fluid retention in the inner ear which was making my vestibular problem worse. They did ease it. But only during my period... ... (4 replies)
... Very good description of this BennyGibb! Unfortunatelty, the Neurotologist I saw dismissed my repeated "attacks" as recurrent VN. He did say that he has seen other patients with multiple episodes like me. Everything I'm reading on the net says that repeated episodes of VN are very, very rare. it makes me wonder. The "attacks" I've had in the past generally came... (7 replies)
... Hi Aslyme, Exactly, once damage has occured then the cause is irrelevant - the process of recovery is the same (ie compensation)... The "classic" pattern of VN is an intense attack of vertigo (when the damage occurs) followed by gradual improvement over days, months, and sometimes years. However, a lot of people don't come under the classic category so it may slowly come... (7 replies)
... compensation, as the hearing part of the ear is not part of the inner ear semi circular canals responsible for balance. Albeit loud prolonged exposure may damage your hearing it has zero affect on dizzies. Worry not. ... (1 replies)

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