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... at I woke up one day, 4 months ago, feeling dizzy. I had not been sick, and have never had ear problems before. To cut a long story short, I was diagnosed with labyrinthitis and told that it would last 6 weeks and go away on it's own. Well it's 4 months later and I'm still suffering! ... (13 replies)
... I wrote to the board a while ago with my concerns about anb ongoing bout of labyrinthitis (doctors diagnosis). I am still suffering from the symptoms, almost 3 months on from the beginning. It all started with a serious cold, including a very painful throat and cough that lasted several weeks. I went to see the doctor with general wooziness punctuated with dizzy episodes.... (2 replies)
... Me? I didn't get it when I was 24. I got it when i was 30. And it is still ongoing. About 14 months now.... (23 replies)

... I think you answer yourself there, about migraine causing ongoing attacks. ... (36 replies)
... on't think migraine keeps attacking the ear, but an isolated migraine attack can occasionally cause damage or deafness. It's menieres that can cause repeated and ongoing damage. I could be wrong, but from what I've read that seems to be the case. You may simply be unable to compensate due to migraine. ... (36 replies)
... Hi! I had this hit over nine years ago and I was back to feeling good probably within a matter of weeks. It was awhile before I didn't feel any sensation but not enough to bother me. Even had a baby a few months after the virus and was pretty much symptom free by that time except going to Walmart was a little "weird" feeling. Most don't take years to recover, I think these... (5 replies)
... I saw my GP who ordered a Full Blood Count, Thyroid Test and CT scan of the neck. All came back normal. I was told this was labyrinthitis and would last for a few weeks more. ... (3 replies)
... at result from poor CNS compensation after a prior vestibular insult. This distinction is crucial in considering the use of VRT for treatment. If the patient has ongoing labyrinthine pathology, VRT is generally fruitless. ... (28 replies)
Hi all
Apr 20, 2013
... for anyone who's had this, can this be an ongoing battle? ... (1 replies)
Article from Today
Jun 13, 2007
... I know, my doctor says that too, or at least keeps referring BACK to the viral Labyrinthitis as the ongoing problem. I'm going to go back and try to find where I read something about this weird inner ear virus going around that has affected MANY people. ... (8 replies)
... o hearing loss, facial weakness or rash in the external auditory canal. Well I really hope this isn't what happened because it sounds like it can be some sort of ongoing problem. No thanks. ... (7 replies)
... effect of the drug that will most likely wear off on its own. My ears rang for a time too with labyrinthitis and during the early weeks of taking Cipramil. It's gone now. ... (3 replies)
... There is controversy about whether the labyrinthitis virus stays dormant and this is why it can reoccur... ... (3 replies)
... plore the MAV diagnosis and possibly others. I have never had any viral symptoms and never experienced "attacks" of vertigo in the beginning like I believe true labyrinthitis sufferers do. Mine came on gradually, went away a couple of times in the beginning, and then settled in to become constant. That was 7 months ago. ... (79 replies)




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