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I'm in the US but did get some from Canada. I couldn't tolerate it long enough to see if it worked.
It was dropping my BP.
Just for reference, I too had 18 years of tinnitus without vertigo attacks.
Was 32 when symptoms first appeared.
I only have pulsatile...
Is your Dr. questioning her own diagnosis?
Your symptoms are very similar to mine, except I have only had three major vertigo attacks, all...
I just got a months supply at a Canadian pharmacy. $70 shipped.
90 16 mg tablets. The 24 mg are $58 for a 100.
You will need a...
I see a neurotologist.
My tinnitus and hearing loss started in 2000/2001 at the age of 32. Tinnitus and hearing loss never went away.
I didn't have the vertigo...
Unfortunately I got about 7 pills in and I didn't feel well. I had to stop.
It was dropping my BP too much. Felt terrible for a couple of...
I received 90 of the 16mg. I told him I would start at one per day and work my way up to three if necessary.
Stomach problems may be an issue for...
I just received my first order of Serc. Talked my Dr. into a prescription when I was having a bad month (Sept.) I have been nearly symptom free...
I think I have a pretty good life. Charmed in fact. It is all perspective. I have an electrical cardiac condition in which I could drop dead...
Ask for a referral to a neurotologist.
Even my neurotologist wanted me on Ativan. I said no thank you.
I agree with Rich's view on things.
I should have been more clear what normal is to me. My normal is tinnitus 24/7/365. It hasn't stopped for 18+ years. I always have that...
Are you in a country where you can obtain Serc?
I have some incoming, but have yet to try it. (Canadian pharmacy via Singapore)
It is almost nothing until the vertigo hits. Then it is terrible. Hyperacusis is pretty bad too. That is what originally made me go to the Dr....
It is funny the differences in doctors.
In my very non-professional opinion, yes you have it (or something very similar). You have three of the 4...
What test was this?
Insist on an MRI if you have not had one. My Dr. told me it is the standard of care in diagnosing Meniere's. One must...
Welcome to the forum.
Never heard of the ice treatment, but if it works at least it's cheap.
I sure hope you have reached the upper...
Well to be honest, for me it isn't that bad. I don't feel like I am suffering badly, yet.
I am used to the small to medium vertigo...
I had hundreds of those for 18 years. Then the good ones (full blown for several hours) started.
That is funny. I'd be happy with twice a month at this age.