I've seen some similar posts here but nothing that really seems to apply to my symptoms completely. For the past year or so, I have been having rare episodes of ringing in my left ear, followed by dizziness. These happened maybe once every month or two and only lasted a few seconds. However in the past week they have returned much harsher. Last week I got an attack that left me deaf in my left ear for at least 8 hours, and caused me to become extremely nauseous and dizzy upon any light or movement. Since that attack, I have had a constant painful headache and dozens of minor attacks every day, simliar to the short ones I used to experience rarely. Some research would point to Meniere's disease, except I never get the urge to vomit and it seems to give me bad, long-term headaches. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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