On my last visit to an otolaryngologist the doctor said it won’t be known until I die and an autopsy is done what caused my vertigo problem. I have bilateral vestibular loss. He said it would probably show migraine or Menieres disease I have no hearing loss but do have tinnitus on the left side. I have only seen a little information about one 70 year old man that lost his balance from migraine. This doesn’t seem to be the rule of thumb that migraine can wipe out ones balance system. Also a friend of mine is suffering and she is wondering if a person can have continuious migraine. I told her about the book by the B guy that wrote a popular book. I had the name for her at the time I can’t spell now. How really common is is to have a continuous migraine or for migraine to damage the ear system. It seems to me if a person has migraine bad enough to damage the ear it would happpen in other places on the brain also. Why would it just happen to the ear. I guess I can’t picture the brain or ear and what is happening to understand how this could just locate itself there and no where else in the brain. I get migraines about once a month now and they last 2-3 days and use to get the aura more often than I do now. I have neck problems with buldging disc and degenreration I think this is a big contributor to my migraines. Any comments on this.