These came on very suddenly - loud buzzing in ears (but no pain in ears), felt very hot, couldn't concentrate, vomiting/nausea, and headache. Felt sicker than I ever have in my life - just knocked me flat on my back. Doctor saw clear fluid in both ears. She diagnosed that my body was having a reaction to something it had never encountered before. This incapacitated me for 3 days. Was given a shot of steroids and a prescription for Antivert. Very vague diagnosis - anyone have any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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