What Disease Can Cause Vertigo in Ear?

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This just started happening  last nite. Fell off the bed getting up. Was afraid to walk. Just so dizzy. Slept for a few hours then it was gone. Now during today experiencing more attacks last several minutes.  Just  feel like i have no balance.  A little help please. I am 64 years old and i remember my Father had Menieres. Is it hereditary?
it can be hereditary.
Based on evidence from multiple but small clinical trials, diuretics appear to be useful for reducing the frequency of episodes of dizziness but do not seem to prevent hearing loss.
In cases where there is hearing loss and continuing severe episodes of vertigo, a chemical labyrinthectomy, in which a medication such as gentamicin is injected into the middle ear and kills parts of the vestibular apparatus. This treatment has the risk of worsening hearing loss.
People with MD are often advised to reduce their salt intake. Reducing salt intake, however, has not been well studied.[19] Based on the assumption that MD is similar in nature to a migraine, some advise eliminating "migraine triggers" like caffeine. However, the evidence for this is weak.
While use of physical therapy early after the onset of MD is probably not useful due to the fluctuating disease course, physical therapy to help retraining of the balance system appears to be useful to reduce both subjective and objective deficits in balance over the longer term.
I have. Ménière’s disease along with severe vertigo. The vertigo. Is brought about from certain head movements. I am watching my sodium intake. How can I prevent these episodes of vertigo, nausea, and vomiting? All 3 are so violent and last 3-4 hrs. Before it stops.

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I have Ménière’s disease with severe vertigo, nausea, & vomiting that lasts 4hr. Too exhausting to go through this episode each time.i need a solution to get rid of debilitating ordeal
There is no cure for Ménière's disease but medications, diet, physical therapy and counseling, and some surgical approaches can be used to manage it.

Although a causal relation between allergy and Ménière's disease is uncertain, medication to control allergies may be helpful.

Diuretics, such as the thiazide-like diuretic chlortalidone, are widely used to manage Ménière's on the theory that it reduces fluid buildup in the ear. Based on evidence from multiple but small scaled clinical trials, diuretics appear to be useful for reducing the frequency of episodes of dizziness but do not seem to prevent hearing loss.

In cases where there is hearing loss and continuing severe episodes of vertigo, a chemical labyrinthectomy, in which a medication such as gentamicin is injected into the middle ear and kills parts of the vestibular apparatus. This treatment has the risk of worsening hearing loss.

People with MD are often advised to reduce their salt intake.
I have been dealing with a bacterial infection in my nose for quite a long time and I've been experiencing fluttering in both ears I have vertigo real bad am always feeling off balance like I'm gna fall and have to hold onto something. Can someone please explain to me exactly what the problem is please? I read it could be Meneire Disease and I have no idea what that is. I have been having issues with my hearing lately.
It sounds like infection, from the nose to the ear, and it affects the nerves in the ear, causing the balance problem. You'll need to clear the infection asap. What are you on for the nose infection?
Go see an Otolaryngologist, this is serious, you have to go.
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