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... ver from VN. The study was conducted on 68 patients with VN in Siena, Italy. The researchers observed how effective a number of bedside tests were for predicting recovery from a VN attack. Some interesting comments are made about time to recovery. This study lasted 12 months. ... (8 replies)
... Vestibular neuritis is an acute peripheral vestibulopathy. ... (11 replies)
... ectrical wire. In the case of nerves however, remove the myelin and they can no longer transmit electrical information. This would certainly account for the long recovery period some of us experience if the myelin does not regenerate. ... (35 replies)

... kg prednisone for 5 days, followed by gradually reduced doses of prednisone for an additional 15 days, and vestibular sedatives for symptomatic relief during the first 5 days after presentation. The control group received a placebo and similar vestibular sedatives. ... (0 replies)
... The head thrust and head heave signs each were strong predictors of a decreased probability of recovery, and if both were present, there was a trend for a slower recovery and a further decrease in the probability of recovery. If the head thrust sign was absent, recovery was assured. ... (2 replies)
... Yesterday, I have been diagnosed to have vestibular neuritis. The doctor said my VNG balance test shows that the balance system in my left ear is not normal. My hearing test is normal. ... (50 replies)
... They ran all the tests which they said should have been done right away when I first got sick, and they are as certain as they can be that I have left side vestibular neuritis. ... (14 replies)
... I am in the recovery phase of Vestibular Neuritis which occured 8 weeks back in my right ear. ... (4 replies)
... ed system as you try to do more stuff. You just have to keep going, the more you do the quicker you will recover. Be prepared for new symptoms appearing during recovery and of all the muddled processes it seems that the eyes are often the last thing to settle down. ... (14 replies)
... Great thread. Thanks to the original poster and everyone who has shared their experiences. I have had vn for over a year. Mine was so severe that for three months it was as much as I could do just to walk across the room. It seems to be very true that we need to measure our recovery in terms of months (or perhaps years?) instead of days or weeks. And I still do not... (26 replies)
... Thank you for your post! I have been having trouble since March 2012 and felt I was getting better over the summer. However, in September this year, 2013, I felt like I was going to pass out in our grocery store. I have felt this way about 3-4 times since then. It's almost like you're in a bad dream and you can't wake up. Did you ever experience this? I also have the... (26 replies)
... I know why you're here...You are on these boards hoping and praying to be released from the nightmare that is Vestibular Neuritis. ... (26 replies)
... Can my anxiety come from this vestibular neuritis? ... (50 replies)
... Have you had any vestibular testing done? ... (6 replies)
... weakness on my right side and from this I received the Vestibular Neuritis diagnosis from my ENT dr. I begin my VRT this week. ... (3 replies)
... No major medical organization has proposed specific guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of vestibular neuritis. ... (4 replies)
... same with our vestibular nerves. ... (52 replies)
... it describes the initial severe phase as lasting a week or longer with recovery taking another 2 to 3 months. ... (16 replies)
... As another poster said it isn't worth getting hung up on the name. Labryinthitis and vestibular neuritis are almost exactly the same thing. There is no difference in recovery time etc.... ... (7 replies)
... oss this article by A Bronstein on the weekend which I feel pegs a lot of this down for many of us. He is surprisingly cluey about the psychological component of vestibular problems. Makes you wonder if he has been down this road himself! ... (26 replies)

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