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What is Meniere's Disease?

Menière's Disease is a progressive condition of the inner ear. It affects men and women equally. It usually occurs between the ages of 30 and 60, but can occasionally affect people outside this age group, including children.

The symptoms of Menière's Disease are thought to be caused by an increase in the volume of the fluid in the inner ear.

The main symptoms of Menière's Disease are:

bulletVertigo - dizziness.
 
bulletNausea and vomiting.
 
bulletHearing loss or over-sensitivity to loud sounds.
 
bulletTinnitus - noises in the head - which is generally low-pitched or rushing.
 
bulletA fullness feeling in the affected ear.

Many people with this disease are 100% disabled, unable to work, drive, or take care of themselves.  Other people may only feel slight dizziness periodically.  The cause of Meniere's Disease is unknown and currently there is not a cure.

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