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... After a 3 day cruise last May I had that rocking feeling you get from being on the water. ... (3 replies)
... hit my chin which cause my head to fly back like whiplash when i was thrown to the ground, not long after that i got hit in the upper upper back with a huge heavy metal horse float door, after that my symptoms began. ... (30 replies)
... rs for my "vertigo", which I have had for a year. I say "vertigo" with quotes because that word doesn't seem to really describe it well. I've always thought of vertigo as feeling dizzy if you stand up too fast, or the feeling you get when you look down from a tall building, etc. But that's not what I feel. ... (10 replies)

... Hi Brina. Thanks so much for posting. Truth is, I was feeling very run down prior to the cruise and got a bad cold during the cruise which lasted 3 weeks after I arrived home. When the cold was gone I was left with the sealegs and a more profound fatigue and weakness, confusion, no concentration. ... (1 replies)
... They don't mention this possible side effect in the cruise brouchers! ... (3 replies)
... gave birth to a healthy baby in January 2011. THe dizziness seemed to go away on its own after a month into my second pregnancy. ... (0 replies)
... Dizziness after being on boat without nausea. ... (5 replies)
... is a type of vertigo and imbalance that occurs after an individual gets off of a boat. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Uga No, I did not require a cane/wheelchair etc. at first. I did however stagger like a drunk in broad daylight and walking in low light conditions was horrible. I should have actually used a cane but I was stubborn. Everyone is different Uga, so if you really need a cane etc. do not hesitate to use it. No sense falling down and hurting yourself. This is something you... (89 replies)
... I mean, it's been almost a year for me if you count my first attack in December. I felt fine for 6 months after that, so I thought it was just a fluke virus. ... (31 replies)
... Very interesting. My shifting is just a very slow, inscidious shifting that makes the whole world move like on a cruise ship. Is that similar to what happened to you? ... (8 replies)
Dr Hain
Oct 23, 2008
... s pretty much home ridden until about 6 months in, when I finally began feeling back to normal again. For about 4 months, I felt better and got back to work, but after having one shot of alcohol my dizziness came back and is yet to leave. ... (22 replies)
... It's interesting because supposedly, this "shifting" phenomenon is a BIG symptom of mal de debarkment, which mostly hits women in their 40's after going on a cruise, or some other form of travel. Dr. ... (39 replies)
... atment for it. Needless to say, the idea that I might have MDD is rather worrying. The only thing is, MDD sufferers almost always first experience their symptoms after being on a boat cruise or an airplane. I haven't been on a boat or a plane in months... ... (11 replies)
... I have been experiencing similar symptoms for 8 weeks now...all started after a cruise. ... (5 replies)
... i have read that having no vestibular function is better than having bad function that leaves people with constant vertigo in such diseases as menieres like you mentioned. ... (89 replies)


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