Greetings from Kansas! I was recently diagnosed with Meniere's although I have had symptoms for years and I am here to share my story. I guess it started around 2010. I was working in a college office and I would get bouts of vertigo that would last all day but I somehow got through the day. I went to my doctor and he told me to drink more water. That didn't help. I started to have random twitching in my left hand so I went back to the doctor. He sent me to a neurologist to see if I had MS. I told the neurologist all about the vertigo and twitching. He asked about different symptoms and I answered the best I could. I did not have MS but he did notice my B 12 was low and I was told to take it daily. I continued with these symptoms and started experiencing tinnitus randomly. Still nothing solid from the doctor. It wasn't until mid July 2018 that I started feeling the most horrible pressure in my right ear. The next morning I woke up with no hearing in my right ear. I decided to go to the ENT because I knew going to my doctor would be a waste of time. My hearing loss was confirmed and I was told to keep a journal and let him know if anything changes. Within a month my hearing returned and the ENT confirmed Meniere's. I have been avoiding salt and caffeine and I don't drink alcohol or smoke. I do have dizzy spells that last for days and I will not drive at these times. This impairs my ability to work as most of you would know. I am trying to take it a day at a time. I am trying to be upbeat but I just can't. I feel defeated most days and I am trying to find some kind of work at home job that isn't a scam. What do all of you do? How do you get by? One more Meniere's survivor.