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    1. Dustin

      Dustin Guest

      Doctor Nagler, I have suffered from tinnitus for several years now, off and on, recently it hasss flared up to the point (Again) that I cannot hear out of it. I have been to two seperate doctors. The first doctor that I went to sent me home with a diagnosis that I was dredding, Meniere's Disease. The second docctor that I went to diagnosed me with magranous vertigo simply because I obtain migrains when an "attack" happens. When I say attack, I mean I get extremely dizzy to the point that I cannot walkk for severaal hours, I will vomit, I will need to sleep it off. When I was diagnosed with Meniere's, I was sent home with a prescription of prednisone. This seemed to help for the first day or two but then was obsolete. Since then, I did suffer a head injury. I know that this can be a leading cause in tinnitus. I am aware that there is no cure but I am still seeking a definitive diagnosis. I am an 18 year old male, generally healthy, on multiple medications for seizures, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and PRN adivan. Please send me back a reply of some sort. Thank you for reading this.
      Best regards

      -Dustin
       
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    2. Dr. Nagler

      Dr. Nagler Member

      Location:
      Atlanta, Georgia USA
      Tinnitus Since:
      04/1994
      Hi @Dustin -

      I sincerely wish I could be of help or at least provide a little insight, but there is simply no way that I can responsibly make a diagnosis without personally evaluating you. And even then, I'd likely need the input of other consultants. There are just too many variables in your case as you present it, given the constraints of the Internet and this type of forum.

      I am very sorry that I cannot be of more assistance.

      stephen nagler
       

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