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She cut out an article telling about endolymphatic shunt, and labyrinthectomy, and vestibular neurectomy. She slept across the ship - port to starboard and on her side. I Lay down Or lay my head back,and feel like I'm going round & round in circles. The only time I get any relief is when I am in a car.I have been on the internet for a long time now, trying to find a list of specialists that work with this kind of problem. We live in Ephrata, PA., close to Lancaster, an hour away from Philadelphia and Harisburg, I can get to NY or Baltimore & Washington. I slept fore and aft so that when the ship moved in the sea ( which was sometimes rough) I moved up and down and not side to side. I fell once, back against my dresser, which caused a bruse all across my back. Being in a room with a lot of windows seems to aggravate the problem, also if it is windy outside the sensation is worse.It started when I woke up, lasted for a minute or two (violent whirling vertigo) and haven't had a severe episode since.

I am going to try the chripractor this week or next and hoping it will be helpful. I became focused on other possibilities like brain tumors, but my symptons weren't exactly like the symptoms that occur when someone has a tumor or any of the other 'normal' vertigo ailments that are studied in detail. My husband and I were thinking of starting a family this year.

I am presently taking Klonopin (started today) and it seems to have settled things down a bit. I found this website and it is EXACTLY what I'm feeling. I returned from a Las Vegas trip over a week ago, a quick 1.5 hour flight, and I still feel like I'm on a boat. I'm a budget/project planner for a large corporation and I need to be able to concentrate. Now I'm worried that if this continues it'll affect me being able to have a healthy pregnancy or be able to handle the stresses that come with parenthood.

thanks Bethany ([email protected]) Stilwell, ok USA - Sunday, March 10, 2002 at (EST) Hi, I have been trying to help my mother who has Miniere;s Disease. she is very depressed, and none of the local doctors have been any help. When she called her doctor (on Wednesday), he said, "Wait until Monday and see how it is". Finally after falling so many times and feeling like I was one big bruise, out of desperation I went to see a balance specialist. Mine was mounted to the side of the ship parallel with the window. Like most of you I have been through all the ENT tests and MRI/MRA test (which are all normal) I'm now seeing a neurologist who wants to send me to a physical therapists. I had flown before and never had any problems and I have never been seasick nor had any other motion illnesses.

Up to this time, she would get a bad episode, sometimes requiring a shot, and then it went away. The specialists he sends her to take hearing tests, and say well, there is really nothing that can be done. Thanks barbara ([email protected]) Ephrata, PA USA - Sunday, March 10, 2002 at (EST) My MDD started 10/20/01 after a 7 day cruise. My wife moved her bed at a 90 degree angle to get away from my snoring. My husband rented a walker for me the first week, it was so bad. I've been out of work for three weeks now, and I hate this! I need to get back to work, but since I'm a Sales Assocoate and work on my feet all day, I can't do it. Since that time, anytime I travel or go on long plane trips I come back with the sensation of rocking and rolling as though I were still aboard a ship.

I'm very disapointed, but I'm trying to stay possitive.

I have an appointment with my neurologist in a couple of days.

For help with your syndrome, please investigate other resources until this site is fixed. Nancy Gomez, RN, MSN Nancy Gomez ([email protected]) Lake Forest, CA USA - Sunday, March 10, 2002 at (EST) Hi everyone. I've recently had physiotherapy on my neck-a wonderful new neck-if ever I get M. At least this time I know that it can eventually go away,though the thought of another long session is depressing. Barb Buchanan ([email protected]) Ocala, FL USA - Wednesday, March 06, 2002 at (EST) My wife reports the same symptoms that most of you have - swaying and moving up and down in her head at the same time.

bobbi USA - Sunday, October 05, 2003 at (EDT) ATTENTION: To all those with Mal de Debarquement Syndrome. Please try to find other resources until this site has been fixed. This started October 2000 after a cruise for 7 days.

Don Schneider ([email protected]) Houston, TX USA - Sunday, March 03, 2002 at (EST) Wow, look at all these new people, Join us at [email protected] is a daily chat that goes to a whole group of MDDSers' Lots of feed back, and support and a questionaire to feel out Just go to the above address and put "subscribe" in the "subject" of the letter And you will start getting all the latest news I have had mdds for four years and have recently become symptom free Read Marilyn Kidsons case history, this is what I believed helped me also.. TJ TJ ([email protected]) Huntsille, AL USA - Saturday, March 02, 2002 at (EST) Okay, I found this site by accident, trying to find something to help with my condition. said my system was low from the Phnemonia, that I hadn't had enough time to get my strenth back and when this Flu came along I got a really bad case of it. I have been to neurologists and have had an MRI done and no abnormalities were found.

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