HiddenClover47

192d

hey, i have vestibular dysfunction on my left side and its so debilitating though I'm currently getting physio for it but it hasn't started working yet. is anyone else in the same boat? did it ever get better? :(

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One user mentioned that they were diagnosed with vestibular neuritis and are currently in physical therapy for it. They said the therapy is working, but they still have good and bad days. Another user shared their experience with therapy for dizziness and spinning due to a concussion, mentioning that the road to healing can be bumpy and may take time. It's important to be patient and continue with the recommended treatment plan.

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    • Booski22

      191d

      I bought mine at walgreens but any pharmacy should carry it and you shouldn't need a prescription since it's over the counter. Just ask for meclizine or car sickness meds

    • Booski22

      191d

      I don't know about long term but temporary fixes for me have helped when I bought some Meclizine. Its OTC and they advertise it for motion sickness caused by cars but it really helps with vertigo. Hope this helps 👍

      • HiddenClover47

        191d

        @Booski22 thanks! Im in australia, where can i get that?

    • Booski22

      191d

      I bought mine at walgreens but any pharmacy should carry it and you shouldn't need a prescription since it's over the counter. Just ask for meclizine or car sickness meds

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