Is 7 weeks with no vertigo too soon to rejoice? My symptoms of tinnitus, fullness, and sensitivity escalated early in 2019. The doc advised taking Sudafed, then prescribed an antibiotic, then changed the diuretic. Then came the dizziness and severe vertigo episodes. No help from the doc's office---they said to go to the ER! (which I never did). I discovered this forum and started the JOH regimen of supplements in July. It didn't seem to help, but just having some hope that doing this could bring relief was enough to keep my sanity. I also tried some chiropractic sessions. Then based on all your comments, I started taking B5/B6 and asked my doc for an Rx for an antiviral...he prescribed Acyclovir 800 mg., 3x day, starting mid-October. (This doc acknowledged the Tampa, FL study! Now why didn't he prescribe this 2 years ago, before it all escalated with the vertigo???.) I had a remission from the vertigo for 3 weeks. I was dancing on the ceiling! The doc had me cut back to taking the Acyclovir 2x/day. Then I had a miserable week of vertigo episodes and 4 weeks of feeling "off" with the usual wonky feeling in my head, on the verge of vertigo, so I took Meclizine 2-3x day, every day and all the weird feeling in my head gradually disappeared! I was on a cruise for a week in that time, and everywhere I went I was devising an exit plan in the event of a vertigo attack! The doc wanted to start ear injections, but based on several posts here, advising to use caution, I opted to stay the course and wait. You are all so smart! Now it's been 7 weeks today with no vertigo attacks! Tinnitus, fullness, and sensitivity have all been much less bothersome. My hearing in one ear is down to 40% word recognition and the hearing aid can't be programmed with enough sound to compensate because I'm still very sensitive to higher pitch sounds, so that's annoying. I quit the Meclizine about 3 weeks ago, but I'm still taking the diuretic (Triamterine HCTZ), 1600 mg Acyclovir/day, plus the JOH plan, and B5/B6. Dare I rejoice and get back to dancing on the ceiling? I still live in fear of the sudden attacks, but this is the longest stretch of wellness I've had in a year. I want to thank JOH for presenting his plan on this site and for all his follow-up discussion, and to thank all who post on this site, and especially to all who responded to my earlier threads with advice and encouragement. I'm so grateful I found all of you! And my heart goes out to all who struggle with these miserable symptoms. May the new year bring new knowledge about this disease and new and better treatment options for all of us.