I was very glad to find there is a support group like this! I was diagnosed with Meniere's last fall by a local ENT specialist. I am 55 years old and in hindsight, have had various Meniere's related (and relatively mild) symptoms since my early-mid 20's. It wasn't until last July that I had my first serious Vertigo attack then subsequent balance issues and tinnitus which is still ongoing. My July attack led to an ER visit, a CT scan and blood/urine work and a diagnosis of Benign Positional Vertigo by the ER doctor. I wasn't confident of that diagnosis so had some Vestibular testing done and those results ended with a Vestibular Neuritis diagnosis. The doctor at that time did not prescribe anything saying if he had saw me a couple weeks ago he would have prescribed steroids and anti-viral but he felt my recovery was far enough along not to warrant it. Into the fall my tinnitus seemed to increase plus some hearing loss in one ear was noticed. My balance had pretty much returned to normal but had no other symptoms when I went to the see the ENT specialist. After many (and I mean many!) blood tests mainly to exclude things plus a MRI he said he thought it was Meniere's. Been on a low salt diet since and was feeling pretty good of late but just had another bad Vertigo episode 2 weeks ago. It seems as I am in the same recovery pattern as the July episode, balance is slowly coming back but tinnitus still remains. ENT just put me on a diuretic plus started histamine injections. Still haven't found my "trigger" yet but hoping the current treatments help! I did notice some good results by some with B6/B5 supplements. I do take a multi-vitamin but B6/B5 are only 50mg each not the 125/100mg recommended. Can't seem to find any low level B6/B5 supplement that I could possibly take on top of the multi I already take but also not sure if it's a good idea to do that. Sorry to be so long winded just glad to have a place for resources and support so any recommendations/suggestions would be appreciated!