Sorry to hear that you have suffered a relapse too.
From the relapse in November I did improve over several weeks, having upped the meds and started on supplements as recommended by Dr Surenthiran. But then along came a very busy festive period and I had another relapse, but the good news this time was that it wasn't as severe as the previous one and I recovered a lot quicker too. Also I upped my meds again.
Since then I have had another attack, almost 2 weeks ago and this was even milder. I have recovered so much since then, rather than taking several weeks to be functional again.
Although I say "recovered" I still get symptoms and I'm yet to return to work, but hopefully with not overdoing things it will improve even more and I will not get any further relapses. So I remain hopeful and optimistic.
Now I'm not dizzy all day any more, I can go for a walk, drive and socialise a bit. I even managed the cinema last Saturday (only 1 week after the last relapse) although I had some minor symptoms, I managed to enjoy the film! I can tolerate shops and stores way better than before, though I'm very mindful of not overdoing things still. You really do have to be so patient, but it does seem to pay off.
Hope this helps and here's hoping you recover soon mellybob, all the best,