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Posted: May 6 2012, 08:32 AM
Member No.: 147
Joined: 5-May 12
hello, my user name is cookey. I live in Poole Dorset.
Have had Menieres for over 7 years now. Went thorough the violent spells very early, now have been free of those for 6 months. Have tinitus in the form of electic motors going and low grade head aches.
I also have diabetes and although on low salt diet, have not found this has helped my Menieres.
I am a full time carer to my wife which is a very big problem when I am not able to attend to her. Life is a bitch sometimes.
If anyone answers this I will try and get back to them as time allows.
Hope you all have a good day.
Posted: May 6 2012, 12:31 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 5-February 11
Welcome to the group :wavinghand:
Sorry to hear you have MD but pleased that you have hit a more stable phase. I too found low salt did nothing for me but I stick to it more for my BP than anything else.
I can understand the problems of being carer when you are not well yourself but I hope this vertigo free period will make life easier for you for a while.
Posted: May 6 2012, 06:58 PM
Member No.: 8
Joined: 6-February 11
welcome to the forum. I hope you find it helpful, between us we can usually come up with some advice or view on most things!
all the best, Kath