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Re: Reply..now vertigo

Thanks, Kathy.  So far, so good.  Chet hasn't had another episode in a couple
of weeks, and is doing the eye exercises prescribed.  I also have a friend who
suffers from vertigo.  She says the doctors told her she would just have to 
to live with it.  We'll just take it from day to day.
Here's hoping 2007 will be a great year for you and all gardenchat people.

In a message dated 12/19/2006 10:45:44 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
Cornergar@aol.com writes:
My housemate went thru a similar experience last year except there were 
several reoccurences over a period of 6-8 months. She finally learned to 
carry Dramamine which would usually allow her to drive home. There was never 
cause determined for sure but only the suggestion that there was an imbalance 
her inner ear. Her brother, an MD, has had the same problem only so severe 
that he has had to crawl out of his office to get help! He has explored every 
possible cause/solution and can't pinpoint anything for sure. For awhile he 
that excessive salt in his diet was the cause. Then of course stress was the 
culprit. (Isn't it always!) I would say both he and his sister feel they have 
"controlled" it to some extent...mostly because they can now recognize 
clues and will take Dramamine and stay seated ('tho the MD says he has to be 
on the floor) until it passes. I certainly sympathize with you and Chet. This 
is a completely debilitating syndrome. Hopefully it will just go away. And it 
may...I don't think my housemate has had an episode in many months. 
Here's to a better 2007 with no "episodes" of any negative kind. I have an 
older friend whose note on his Xmas card said "It has been an uneventful 
But then I'm not much for events." I think I'm with him. Kathy

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