Did any of you find a small malformation in the ear when doing the MRI? In my case, they found me a malformation: An artery that "could" be the cause of my symptoms because "could" be pressing on the nerve. The problem is that it is "could" and not "is". I have asked all the doctors I saw and they all start by saying that it may be the cause and that if it is not, it is Meniere. But then I keep asking and they tell me that malformations are very common and that everyone has a chance to have a resonance and that they do not affect life. Also that the malformations are from birth, they do not occur with aging. And finally, when asking if it can get worse or for the better, everyone tells me that a malformation never changes, so it will always stay the same. So, they themselves are telling me that I have this malformation since birth and that the malformations never change ... How can that be my cause if I have not had any problems until I was 30 years old? Also, my symptoms did not come suddenly. At 30 I noticed that my ear was blocked after a slight beep and I heard something worse. At 33 the tinnitus began and two months later the vertigo attack. After this attack I had severe dizziness, headaches, mental fog and hyperacusis in the following months. If a malformation does not change and always produces the same symptoms, it does not make sense that they have occurred in three years. I asked all of this to a medical friend and he said that 99% sure that the malformation was not the cause, precisely because it should have bothered me since I was a child. For me this is all a problem because I don't know what I'm fighting against. I am taking JOH, monolaurin and tomorrow I am going to order Valtrex; but they can't even tell me if I have Meniere. So if someone else around here has experienced a case similar to mine and improved by taking these things or others, I would be reassured to know.