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Vestibular Symptom Checker

The Vertigo Doctor

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Section 2

Neuritis vs BPPV vs Meniere's

Section 3

MDSEH

Ménière’s Disease or Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops

You are experiencing signs and symptoms consistent with Meniere's Disease
Ménière’s Disease is a chronic, frustrating, and incurable inner ear disease thought to be caused by a buildup of endolymph in the membranous labyrinth of your cochlea and vestibular system

Spontaneous and violent vertigo, fluctuating hearing loss, & tinnitus and/or fluctuating hearing loss are the most common symptoms of Ménière’s Disease. However these symptoms do not mean you absolutely have Ménière’s Disease. Please read here (https://thevertigodoctor.com/menieres-disease/) about more signs and symptoms of Ménière’s, and talk to your doctor to confirm or deny your diagnosis.
Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops is similar to Ménière’s Disease, but is less severe and often doesn't lead to hearing loss.

You may experience fluctuating dizziness that involves seasons, your diet, or stress levels. If you have Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops, it is likely to be due to an underlying condition. These conditions include, but are not limited to, surgeries that affect the inner ear, inner ear infections, allergies, and head trauma Read more here: https://thevertigodoctor.com/secondary-endolymphatic-hydrops/

Vestibular Symptom Checker

The Vertigo Doctor

* Required

Section 2

Neuritis vs BPPV vs Meniere's

Section 3

MDSEH

Ménière’s Disease or Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops

You are experiencing signs and symptoms consistent with Meniere's Disease
Ménière’s Disease is a chronic, frustrating, and incurable inner ear disease thought to be caused by a buildup of endolymph in the membranous labyrinth of your cochlea and vestibular system

Spontaneous and violent vertigo, fluctuating hearing loss, & tinnitus and/or fluctuating hearing loss are the most common symptoms of Ménière’s Disease. However these symptoms do not mean you absolutely have Ménière’s Disease. Please read here (https://thevertigodoctor.com/menieres-disease/) about more signs and symptoms of Ménière’s, and talk to your doctor to confirm or deny your diagnosis.
Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops is similar to Ménière’s Disease, but is less severe and often doesn't lead to hearing loss.

You may experience fluctuating dizziness that involves seasons, your diet, or stress levels. If you have Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops, it is likely to be due to an underlying condition. These conditions include, but are not limited to, surgeries that affect the inner ear, inner ear infections, allergies, and head trauma Read more here: https://thevertigodoctor.com/secondary-endolymphatic-hydrops/