I didn’t think that I was going to be able to write my blog post this Sunday because of my computer problems. On Thursday I tried to turn on the computer and I couldn’t get windows to come up. After trying everything in the book I decided to reinstall windows which of course wiped out some of my stuff (not all of it because I did have a backup, thankfully) the reinstall worked but put me a little behind schedule.
I received an email this week from someone who described having a type of motion sickness for many months but not the kind that has spinning…
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Does anyone have chronic, non-stop, all day motion sickness? Not spinning vertigo but that heavy head, unstable feeling? Does this sound like Meniere's? I've had it since October in addition to tinnitus and high pitch hearing loss in one ear. Am so miserable and sad. Any thoughts
It does sound terrible especially to have it as long as he has. The best suggestion that I have for him is to go to an ENT who specializes in the inner ear to find out what his options are. This reminds me of a guy I worked with a few years ago. He also had a similar problem with his balance and hearing loss. I’m not positive but I believe he had surgery to help with the problem. I think it was the laby surgery but I’m not quite sure.
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