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Gent perfusion

Discussion in 'Your Living Room' started by Saera, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. Saera

    Saera Member

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    No. I get them when stressed. And it’s been a tough week. How are you doing?
     
  2. AnneT

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    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.
     
  3. Saera

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    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.
     
  4. AnneT

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    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?
     

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