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my 76 year old wife has menieres disease which brings

my 76 year old wife has menieres disease which brings some balance problems. Recently she has been on prozac and changed not long ago to citalopram. Her balance problems have worsened to the point she falls down sveral times a week and escalating. She has missed two doses nw an he balance is much better. Do these drugs and her Meniere's disease make her more susceptible to severe bala ce problems?
Wed, 17 Oct 2018
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