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Does flying effect labyrinthitis

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Hello Doctor, Will use of a neti pot make labyrinthitis worse? The reason I'm asking is that I ... to an ENT specialist days later and was properly diagnosed with labyrinthitis. By that time, I ...

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. Artificial lighting seems to have a poor effect on my symptoms. However, my question relates to some residual ...

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what exactly is labyrinthitis? ...

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who diagnosed me with Labyrinthitis . When I saw the doctor I had no hearing loss , or tinnitus . I ... said this was evidence it was Labyrinthitis and not Meniere’s. He checked my ears and eyes, saying ...

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with Labyrinthitis and was prescribed zpack .. A few hours after I took the first 500 mg dose I started to feel really tired, more foggy headed than I have been with Labyrinthitis, my body feels weak and I just feel ...

Public Forum Discussions

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HI i was diagnosed with labyrinthitis two years ago and the first time i had it it lasted two weeks ... to go on holiday but i am scared to fly just incase it makes it worse ...

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I am suffering from the symptoms of labyrinthitis and am going on holiday in two weeks. Am I safe to fly with these symptoms - mild dizziness. I have been prescribed prochlorperazine by my GP. What ...

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I was recently hospitalized with acute labyrinthitis. I am doing better and have only slight dizziness and overall fatigue and listlessness. I am concerned about having an attack while flying after ...

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a rocking boat which is a bit easier. gp said labyrinthitis & gave travel sick tablets for nausea which helps. am due to fly abroad (5hour flight) in 2 weeks for a wedding & want if ok ...

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My son ( 27)will start working as a flight attendant, but has suffered in the past of labyrinthitis. How you can he prevent any damage in his ear or effects such as dizziness or loss of balance. I know ...

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seizures. Then I was put on Cymbalta. All three drugs had side effects. I have also dried one month of two ...

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Hi there I feel really dizzy like the room is spinning around me I have had this on and off for about 4 month now I have been to the hospital 3 and my gp s About 3 times in this space of time they Keep saying its labyrinthits I think that s how to...

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Was recently(about 2 weeks ago) diagnosed with labyrinthitis, my ears also got rinsed. A week later my ear pain was worse I went back to the doctor and he said my ear os so blocked he can only see ...

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In Dec 2007, I was diagnosed with viral labyrinthitis that lasted for a month and a bit. They told .... Other than that, I m ok. All I want is to make sure that it s the labyrinthitis recurring. Could someone ...

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it s Viral Labyrinthitis and that I should be fine by the end of the present medicinal course. But even ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

HI.YES SMOKING WEED IS ASSOCIATED WITH LABYRINTHITIS

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WELCOME HEADACHE AND SICKNESS CAN BE DUE TO LABYRINTHITIS. GREEN STOOL IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH LABYRINTHITIS. BETTER YOU CONSULT DOCTOR TO KNOW EXACT CAUSE AND EXAMINATION. PLZ REPLY WITH THANKS

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A combination of medicine, self-care are usually recommended to treat labyrinthitis. If it is caused by a virus, like a cold, antibiotics would not be effective. If a bacterial infection is suspected,antibiotics may be prescribed. For severe symptoms,a doctor may prescribe a short course of a benzodiazepine medication which reduces activity in the central nervous system, not suitable for long-term