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... He is one of the head doctors of the Balance clinic at the Eye and ear Institute here in Pittsburgh. I hope you get your answer soon. I have the answers now, the damage in my ear seems to be to the saccule and the inferior vestibular nerve in my left ear. I hope you find help soon! I hope we all feel better soon. ... (49 replies)
... A friend of mine was told for almost 2 years she had VN nerve damage and it turned out to be Perilymph Fistula...So now I keep wondering if I have that and not actually vn.. ... (49 replies)
... I made an appointment for balance testing and an MRI with my ENT. The MRI come back squeaky clean. The balance test reveled that I had sustained "low frequency nerve damage in both ears". I now realize he probably meant vestibular nerve damage. ... (1 replies)

... I would not be too concerned about having vestibular nerve damage because the brain can and WILL compensate for the damage. It may take a few months to years, but VRT will greatly speed up this process. ... (21 replies)
... because, for the first time since this happenned, I finally felt like I was dealing with people who understand how hard it is to live with Vestibular nerve damage and who want to help me learn to compensate for it. ... (58 replies)
... Floroquinolone antibiotics can cause vestibular neuropathy, and that is why the doctor asked if you have been on IV antibiotics. But it doesn't matter, since an oral dose can do the same thing. ... (12 replies)
... ns, nothing, healthy perfectly functioning gut. Then this 'thing' starts and everything goes awry. I have always said that at least in my own instance there is damage to one of the big cranial nerves and it is not only affecting my head, it is affecting my entire gut. ... (1 replies)
... Has anyone been told that they have central vestibular damage? ... (1 replies)
... does anyone know how to officially tell if we have balance ear nerve damage from VN? ... (49 replies)
... ures in the brain itself can sometimes be involved. My guess is that those of us who have very long lasting severe cases, have had more severe and more extensive damage than those who get better more quickly. ... (26 replies)
... is information helps. I am routing for all of you and anyone who ever has to experience this. Hopefully, some day the medical world will get a better handle on vestibular disorders so no one ever has to deal with this. Take care. ... (16 replies)
... I get disoriented a lot of the time in stores. I've been told that's because the brain is trying to figure everything out to correct from the inner ear nerve damage. Also, there are a lot of things that make us feel woozy in store and restaurants like the noise and lots of items. I also am not driving much. ... (58 replies)
... problem was the dizziness and lightheadedness. I went to an ENT dr and he sent me to have tests done called ENG, VEMP, and caloric test. That is what showed my vestibular nerve and that it was actually damaged, not just inflamed. ... (21 replies)
... dizziness, nausea, etc.. So after three ER visits in one week and seeing an ENT dr who sent me to have an ENG and VEMP test, I got the diagnosis of VN. My left vestibular nerve is damaged and he says that it is irreversible which is not something that I want to hear at my age. ... (21 replies)
... I don't know if you will even get this message or even check this site anymore since it is now March 2011...I have been diagnosed with this VN today. I was told that it was Vertigo & had the exact same symptoms as you. I am so frustrated with this. I have had it for one month now. I have 6 children, a husband, & a mother-in-law that I take care of in my home for the past 2... (12 replies)
... Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials, which assesses function of the saccule and the vestibular nerve, as well as their connections through the medulla. ... (12 replies)
... Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials, which assesses function of the saccule and the vestibular nerve, as well as their connections through the medulla. ... (12 replies)
... It is thought to result from a reactivation of herpes simplex virus that affects the vestibular ganglion, vestibular nerve, labyrinth, or a combination of these. ... (11 replies)
Question re: VRTs
Jun 30, 2008
... infection or whatever can lead to cell death, so it's not going to repair. At a lesser level, damage can and does repair over time with some cell renewal. Maybe that's why some people recover quickly and more completely. ... (11 replies)
... The diagnosis I have as of now, after seeing the neurologist and having the ENG, the BAERS and the auditory brain stem test is vestibular hyperacusis. The brain stem tests were normal but the ENG was not. ... (4 replies)


Associated Tags: anxiety, dizzy, vertigo, vestibular neuritis

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