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Discussion in 'Your Living Room' started by Saera, Jul 11, 2019.
No. I get them when stressed. And it’s been a tough week. How are you doing?
I’m doing ok, I guess. Still feel quite wonky with walking, especially in the house where there’s more back and forth movement. I wake up having some subtle visual movement, but it passes quickly. I feel like I’m in a plateau, not really seeing day to day worsening nor improving.
No full on vertigo attacks so I can drive - I just give myself extra time, so I can stay in the slow lanes, and decrease the need for shoulder checks! And I can make plans with some confidence that I can do them.
I see my vestibular Physiotherapy guy today for a full assessment. Hopefully he can guide me to some improvements.
I see my VT guy next week. Hoping to get back to work. I assume it will be awhile before I feel “comfortable and confident” in my everyday life. So moment to moment is how it is. Tinnitus still goes up and down and so does pressure. Which causes anxiety. But I dealt with that for a long time with no vertigo as well.
So short of a labyrinthectomy do we ever really KNOW? I’m guessing not.
And even with laby there’s the dread of going bilateral. But let’s not go there!
How’s it going Saera? How long is it now since your gentamicin treatment started?