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Oscillopsia
Feb 21, 2006
... which I would have to assume is not the majority of us here? ... (14 replies)
Oscillopsia
Sep 6, 2007
... What is MEP? ... (14 replies)
... I think you are on to what is causing your symptoms...that medication is very well known for being "ototoxic," or damaging to the inner ear. ... (4 replies)

Oscillopsia
Sep 7, 2007
... Hi Susan It is the Modified Epley Procedure(MEP) located in the "Information Archive" ("Sticky") first post on this board: Self-treatment of BPPV - Modified Epley Procedure (MEP) - A Radtke et al Article - http://www.neurology.org/cgi/content/full/63/1/150 Video - http://www.neurology.org/cgi/content/full/63/1/150/DC1 (14 replies)
Oscillopsia
Feb 21, 2006
... By the way, what is your Dx? ... (14 replies)
... I went to the Balance Center at the University of Penn hospital today. I just want to share what happened. ... (4 replies)
... Oscillopsia is a horrible symptom but fortunately very rare. Is it possible you are experiencing the movement of the environement many people with dizziness suffer from? ... (4 replies)
Oscillopsia
Jun 17, 2008
... cializing in balance. I have a perm. loss of equilibrium that has gotten somewhat better with therapy teaching my brain to compensate for my loss of balance. The oscillopsia is worse with any head movements and in the dark I hace no balance at all. ... (3 replies)
New here
Nov 18, 2004
... s not accompanied by vertigo or motion...I think what Im trying to say is oscillopsia is almost all of the time to do with bilateral vestibular dysfunction so it is actually a very exact definition if you know what I mean and unless lynn has a bilateral deficit she wont have oscillopsia...Gosh this is getting deep? ... (12 replies)
... I have not posted here for a very long time, you have probably given up waiting for a reply. 12 years ago I lost all inner ear function (BVF) Unpleasant ?..you bet it is, long hard recovery?...yes, but you do learn to adapt. I live a perfectly normal life now, even my family and close friends cannot tell a difference. Keep pushing yourself and don't give up (1 replies)
... I've had oscillopsia for 12 years, but it has improved a lot over that time. ... (140 replies)
... Luckily I am an entrepreneur so I don't have a boss to answer to. I work at a computer so it doesn't require good balance which is a blessing. I've learned to tough out most episodes of vertigo. ... (12 replies)
... I can't imagine what oscillopsia is like, or actually falling to the ground. I haven't experienced that. That must be extremely frustrating and frightening. ... (140 replies)
Oscillopsia
Jun 17, 2008
... my vision is constantly jumpy and shaky, whereas, i know usually the definition of oscillopsia pertains more to when one is walking everything bounces around. i suppose it is common for people to have ototoxicity to gentamicin, or that is one of the possible written side effects. ... (3 replies)
... I have been going thru the same symptoms as you. I had a heart valve replaced 10\2007. I got a staph infection and was treated with gentamicin and vanco for 6 weeks and developed all the same symtoms as you. The Doctors were treating me for vertigo and said I was dizzy from lying in bed. I researched myself and found I have gebtamicin pisoning which destroyed my vestibular... (4 replies)
... My problems is, the nauseating dizziness I got with the vancomycin went away shortly after it was stopped, but there is still something wrong. ... (4 replies)
... The VOR is inactive when the head is not moving. It is activated by head movement. ... (18 replies)
Oscillopsia ?
Oct 13, 2007
... hey! i was prescribed neurontin or gabapentin. adamw on here is using that or had used it and is successful in treatment of MAV....however, i am unsure if this will help with our oscillopsia? ... (32 replies)
... Many people..........complain of a mild confusion or "brain fog", which is attributed to the increased attention needed to maintain balance and good vision, due to loss of vestibular input. ... (5 replies)
... What is NIA? ... (140 replies)




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