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The Cure for Menieres Attacks

Discussion in 'Your Living Room' started by Bennyhill, Feb 15, 2019.

  1. Marta

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    I have just managed to order B complex form the site mentioned above and it’s going to be shipped to the UK. Thank you JOH!
     
  2. Blakeh

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    After I started getting attacks again (read my recent post) I found this protocol, I incorporated it 8 days ago, still getting attacks, we will see if anything magic happens after two weeeks.
     
  3. Sedona Sheri

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    I just ordered the B complex that includes 100 mg of B5 & B6. I'm already taking B12 and niacin and lemon bioflavonoids and Gingko. Shoot I've tried so many supplements before but I'm not giving up! I still believe I can be "normal" even if my hearing never returns. If I could just get rid of the chronic dizziness and tinnitus, I will be thrilled! I will post my results.
     
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  4. Irishstu

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    Sedona. I have been on the full Jon Regime for 3/4 months now and have noticed considerable improvement. Stick with it and hope it helps :)
     
  5. Gardengal

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    I have been taking B6 for something unrelated and have felt so dizzy with such loud tinnitus and car sickness. I wonder if the B6 is causing MAV symptoms in me? I guess I haven’t completely ruled out that I have both mm and MAV. I’ll stop and see if there is improvement.
     
  6. Pupper

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    I've no comment on this cure.
     
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  7. Onedayatatime

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    Gardengal, If you think MAV is a possibility, please read:
    Heal Your Headache
    by David Buchholz M.D., Stephen G. Reich M.D. (Foreword by)
     
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  8. Ftmomof3

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    I ordered this while I was having a very bad flare up of Menieres affecting me bad.
    My hearing was distortional, daily dizzies and nausea. However not vertigo.
    I’ve been taking these supplements religiously for a month.

    The ear pressure is gone. The tinnitus is the same but I can handle it. No complain on that. The fullness is gone. The hearing distortional is gone.

    I will remain taking them from now on. IDK if it’s coincidental or not meaning that if my relief is part of taking these or not. BUT I have nothing to lose by continue to take them. I will do whatever as long as I can live a manageable life and enjoy life.
     
  9. Chris Bryant

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    I’ve just started this and have the 250mg magnesium but note it states one tablet is 60% of your daily recommended dose. Is there any notable issue at taking 2 a day?
     
  10. Blakeh

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    Just giving an update on this. Unfortunately this did not help me. I started Oct.1st, I’m discontinuing these supplements.
     
  11. Holly29

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    I was just recently diagnosed with md. I don’t have vertigo attacks or any hearing loss or tinnitus but I do have constant pressure and fullness in both ears and bouts of dizziness that make me feel like I’m on a boat. Anyone else with md have only the pressure/fullness issues?
     
  12. redwing1951

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    Who diagnosed you? Without vertigo, hearing loss or tinnitus I would question your diagnosis. You should seek a second opinion by a neurologist.
     
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  13. Holly29

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    ENT diagnosed me. After having been to several drs and also a neurologist. Everything else was ruled out.
     
  14. Cheryl

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    Holly, how long have you had the ear fullness and dizziness? Have you had an MRI or other tests?
     
  15. redwing1951

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    Holly I meant to say you should see a neuro otolaryngologist...they specialize in disease of the ear. Is that who diagnosed you?
     
  16. Holly29

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    Hi.
    It’s been 3 months since it first started and has been constant.
    Yes I went to a neurologist and they did a full head, brain and neck mri. All good. Also went to an audiologist that did the full vng testing. No fluid and no hearing loss with the exception of missing a couple of low tones in one ear. ( the pressure/pain and fullness is in both).
     
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  17. Holly29

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    No it was an ENT dr. Not sure I have one of those in my area I will have to check.
     
  18. Sara

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    This has actually made my day! Thank you so much for posting..It’s so easy to forget about others suffering with MDs when you’ve finally found a way to manage the symptoms so thank you for sharing. I read this an hour ago and have already ordered myself the vitamins. I am wondering if you can take them whilst pregnant? Would you know?
    I am so worried about having another baby. I was diagnosed with MDs in 2015 and had attacks on an annual basis. During pregnancy of my firstborn I felt pretty symptom free which was great as I would experience fullness in my ear (unilateral) on an almost weekly basis. I was hoping it would stay like this but after giving birth, instead of annual vertigo attacks and weekly fullness I developed vertigo on an almost daily basis. It’s been thoroughly demotivating and I have often cried in desperation for nothing seems to be working. I am also so sad that I can’t freely enjoy quality time with my son without feeling out of sorts. I am really hoping that this new treatment will give me a new lease of life because sometimes I wonder if there’s any point to it as vertigo hits me on a daily basis. I am generally a positive person but this has really ruined my persona and self confidence. Fingers crossed and I will report back soon.
     
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  19. KaSchu

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    I'm by nature super skeptical, but I was desperate enough that I thought this couldn't hurt to try. I wish I could say that this worked for me, but it's been 2 weeks and so far, no improvement. I've taken 2 B-100 Complex capsules daily - each capsule has 100 mg of B6 (pyridoxine HCI) and 100 mg of pantothenic acid (B5).
     
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  20. Blakeh

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    I did the same thing Kaschu. I tried it for about 4 weeks with no improvement. When your desperate you will try just about anything.
     
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