The first Meniere attack was so surprising that I didn’t even know what it was. I’d been on a long flight to Maui and landed in a bad thunderstorm. We stopped at a restaurant in the pouring rain to wait out the storm, and I ordered a pina colada to celebrate our arrival. After theContinue reading “Meniere’s disease from the inside”
Meniere’s disease, often called endolymphatic hydrops, is one of the more feared vertigo disorders because it lasts for many years, results in repeated vertigo spells that can be very severe and disabling, and results in permanent hearing loss. It is also frequently overdiagnosed, so many of the people who may have been told that theyContinue reading “Meniere’s Disease”
BPPV is the most easily treated form of vertigo and is also the most common–good news for dizziness sufferers.