- BPPV Vertigo - This is the first one that comes to mind because when you have Meniere’s one of your symptoms during an attack is vertigo. I was tested by a few doctors who were able to eliminate vertigo as my illness with a simple test. That is too bad because vertigo from what I have read is easier to treat.
- Labyrinthitis - Labyrinthitis is caused by a virus that results in hearing loss and tinnitus. Some doctors believe that Meniere’s disease is also caused by virus and tinnitus is very common among Meniere’s sufferers. There can also be vertigo but not as bad as it is with Meniere’s
- Perilymph fistula - Perilymph fistula is caused by a leakage of fluid in the inner ear. There are many causes for it and the symptoms are balance problems and dizziness
- Mal de debarquement syndrome (MdDS) - This is really an odd and rare disorder that causes you to be unstable on your feet. The cause is relativity unknown.
- Otosclerosis - This disorder is caused by abnormal growth of the middle ear. It is possible to have otosclerosis and Meniere’s disease at the same time