I’ve had problems for the past 11 years and I’ve been to numerous doctors (neuros, otos, neuro-otos, ENTs) and nobody has ever told me I have MM, actually my neuro-oto specifically says he doesn’t think I have MM. I’ve tried many different treatment options (no surgery) My main symptoms for the past 11 years:
24X7X11 years dizziness. It never lets up.
24X7X11 years ear fullness
24X7X11 years big time brain fog and head pressure
24X7X11 years vision issues
Also, my brother has the exact same problems I do for the past 3 years.
My MRIs (I’ve had 2) were clean
None of my symptoms are episodic. They are constant. I’ve had tinnintus which lasted about 3 seconds a couple of times a month maybe. Nothing major.
I’ve tried antivirals and the John of Ohio’s regimen along with other countless pills and none have helped (including klonopin which I just tapered off of).
A member here recommended I read Heal your Headache which I did and after reading it, I can’t help but think my problem may be migraine related. What are your thoughts? The author specifically mentions Menieres is often misdiagnosed and it turns out to be a migraine problem. He actually says by far the people who come see him and are told they have Menieres actually suffer from migraine (non-headache variety). He also mentions things like the neck crunching (which I have big time) as common in migrainiuers.
Since I’ve tried various MM meds and none have helped, I think I should look further into migraine. I’ve never tried any of the preventative meds for migraine. I’m going to see another neuro next week and I’m hopefull they can nail down my issue.
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