Hello, everyone. ‘Very glad to be here. I had tinnitus (right ear only) for 15 years before my 1st Meniere's attack. Then the onslaught started, culminating in cluster attacks over a 3-day period. However, I am cautiously pleased to say that not only have I been M-attack free for 6 weeks now but an unexpected bonus is that my Tinnitus noise level has dropped to (almost) nothing and my hearing in the affected ear (right only) is now at 80-85% of what is, for me, normal (although a semitone lower). My treatment was as follows: 1] Betahistine 16mg tabs - “4 tablets 3 times a day” and 2 tablets at bedtime. (224 mg/day). My GP started me at 16mg 3 times a day which did nothing. France, Germany and other European countries have been prescribing 288mg - 480mg a day with good results and little to no side effects. 2] Apo-Triazide 50/25mg. (I don't know what 50/25 means but that's what's on the label). A diuretic which removes fluid & salt from your body (i.e.: the fluid in your inner ear). 3] Xanax 0.25mg. I had Xanax on hand as I had panic attacks since I was 16. My regular med's have that under control but I could still get anxious over meetings, in crowds, dinner out and so on. I started taking Xanax once my Meniere's attack had subsided as it helped to calm me down. Now I believe that the Xanax ‘may’ have played a role in the Tinnitus noise reduction process. Finally, all this good news (for me) has only been in effect for a (relatively) short time. I understand that the Meniere's, Tinnitus and hearing loss may return at any time, however, I feel prepared knowing that the combination of med's worked once and (I hope) could, or should, work again. Sincerely.