Hi ti-bebechat and welcome. I'm sorry you are dealing with meniere's. I suffered from a brain injury a little under 2 years ago and with it came horrible vertigo, so when I say I know how you feel, I know how you feel. It would be like being on a tilt-a-whirl. I would get so dizzy I'd fall out of bed. It was the worst feeling in the world. Fortunately mine settled down after about
a year, and now my vertigo is much more mild in comparison, but still affects my ability to read, the positions that I sleep or lie in, and constant nausea and malaise. Are you on a special diet? I have heard that this can help with meniere's, though to be honest I don't know a lot about
it. Now I take meclizine now as needed, especially to help upset stomach. It did not help with major attacks though, so I am not sure if it wil help you or is appropriate for meniere's. l also know that when I am congested, it can make things worse. Does meniere's cause fatigue? I noticed that listed on the poll in your post. I'm glad to see you found us, and always love to see a new face, I wish we could be more helpful to you.
p.s. I emailed a resource to you that you might find helpfu.
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Post Edited (pasara) : 4/4/2007 1:20:47 PM (GMT-6)