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Meniere's disease, vertigo, vomits, hearing problem, using hearing aid

Respected sir, I am Patnaik and 40 years old. I am suffering from MENIORS Disease from past 15 years. First I suffered vertigo and vomtings. Present i have been suffering knows from ears. and left ear 90% deaf and right ear also hearing loss . and i unable to identified sounds particular place. sir, Doctors suggested there is now medicine from qure. sir i have faced lot of problems in my working area. present i am using hearing aid . please suggest for my developed hearing through any medicine and any others.... Thanking you sir, KSRKA PATNAIK, 0000, ANDHRA PRADESH. INDIA. Mail: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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Hi welcome to health care magic forum,

Meniere's disease is a inner ear disease .

It causes vertigo , sound or ringing in ears and loss of hearing .

There are few newer drugs in market which may reduce your symptoms.

Some surgical intervention is also available called sac decompression surgery.

Hearing aid if not working than you can see an audiologist for upgradation of your aids.

Answered: Mon, 14 May 2012
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