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Measures to treat Meniere's disease - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   do you have insight to menieres
Doctor :   What would you like to know regarding Meniere's
User :   newest treatments
Doctor :   a medication to reduce fluid retention (diuretic),
Doctor :   Reducing the amount of fluid your body retains may help regulate the fluid volume and pressure in your inner ear.
User :   how do you stop the ringing
User :   already taking diuretic- the ringing is driving me crazy and the dizziness is keeping at home
Doctor :   that shall need to be controlled by trying to control the disease process in itself
Doctor :   Have you made the necessary Dietary Changes that you are supposed to
User :   so how would us suggest one control the 'process'
User :   low salt cut out nearly all caffine
Doctor :   Eat regularly. Distributing evenly what you eat and drink throughout the day helps regulate your body fluids.
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