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... It sounds like either BPPV which can be helped with the epley manuever, or meniers which is which your ears get fluid in them. You should decrease your salt intake to see if it helps any. ... (7 replies)
... I have no diagnosis at the moment. I do have a history of vestibular migraines which is controlled with Verapamil. ... (7 replies)
... ear later. Now, I've seen another doctor and did all the testing again and have been diagnosed with chronic subjective dizziness. I was told that my left inner ear is not working properly. I'm seeing a physical therapis who is giving me exercises to do that are making me feel dizzy so that it trains my brain to compensate. ... (7 replies)

... I do notice that since I'm not as active that my balance seems to be a bit off. I think it's more my feet than my head, but I also have neck and back issues which also affects things, etc. As well, my vision is I best start some exercises to help my brain adjust to those things. ... (10 replies)
... o a spin, though I was a little off kilter. I didn't even sleep propped up, though I do understand that is recommended by most specialists. So I'm still not sure which side is giving me trouble, but I seem to have fixed it. ... (10 replies)
... I also have been having problems with off and on vertigo for a few weeks that cleared up about two weeks ago, then came back this morning with classic BPPV symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... How to determine which ear in bppv (0 replies)
... how do I know which ear is considered affected. If I tip my head to the right and then look up at the ceiling nothing happens. ... (10 replies)
... Hi March in place----counting backward by 4---from 100--with eyes closed---u will normally turn to the side that has the problem.(have someone watch over you--while doing) Short answer---inertia---the rocks(slurry abt 67 they think) do not move immediately upon movement of ur head---and then it takes them a little time to coast down--once ur movement has stopped. ... (5 replies)
... with BPPV, how do I know which ear is affected? ... (5 replies)
... is it BPPV that you have? ... (4 replies)
... It sounds as if your unsure which ear its affecting so it would make sense they do the Epley for both ears ,it's not going to hurt and that way at least you know it's being treated. ... (40 replies)
... The nystagmus were severe, depending on how I moved and I guess which ear was affected at whatever movement. ... (40 replies)
Frequency of BPPV
Mar 27, 2012
... Which ear of yours is affected? ... (5 replies)
Nov 6, 2011
... You have different canals in your ear, mostly BPPV happens in the posterior, but could be in another. ... (4 replies)
BPPV for 6 months
Aug 18, 2011
... Thanks for the response quincy, I have no idea which ear is affected or whether it's both, I get pain in both ears and fullness with ringing or hissing sounds. ... (5 replies)
BPPV for 6 months
Aug 12, 2011
... Which ear of yours is affected? ... (5 replies)
... I personally don't think it matters. I have had several episodes of recurrent BPPV and there did not seem to be any link between the recurrence and whether or not I slept at an incline. ... (10 replies)
... I was successful with the Epley back when this first occurred in January. Today, out of the blue I felt it again. My husband helped by watching my eyes to test and yes, they did the jumping motion (nystagmus - can't remember the spelling). So I'm going to be doing Epley again. Is it odd that it's on the opposite side this time? I would think a recurrence would be in... (10 replies)
... And I've never seen much about what is believed to cause them to move out into the canals other than head trauma which I've not had. ... (10 replies)

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