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I have an illness that won’t go away. I can’t afford anymore treatments and I’m stuck. There’s no explanation for it and I’m tired of it. My family is tired of it. My doctor was tired of it. There are no answers, there’s no fixing it. I’m stuck. Read more
Migraine Associated Vertigo
My vestibular symptoms began around 1989. I had a partial diagnosis with the migraines in 2008 (19 years later) then was finally diagnosed with a Vestibular disorder in 2014 (25 years later). I will forever be grateful for that doctor that discovered the cause of my vestibular symptoms. Read more
Migraine Associated Vertigo
I have been battling with vestibular migraines since I was a kid. I distinctly remember the first migraine I ever had, I was lying in my bed crying for hours and felt like a big, strong man was sitting next to my bed squeezing my skull as hard as he could for hours. Once I got older, the migraines became more frequent and severe. Read more
Migraine Associated Vertigo
Brain tumor and brain surgery survivor, suffered from vertigo and migraines prior to surgery. Now vestibular migraines are a part of my life. Read more
Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops (SEH)
Post Traumatic Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops and Traumatic Brain Injury (Concussion) due to Auto Accident Read more
Other
I've suffered multiple concussions resulting in severe balance and vision problems. Doctors tell me that it's all in my head. Read more
Other
I have struggled with vertigo, migraines, tinnitis, & dizziness, and the many stressors that come with these vestibular disorders since I was about 12. Now at age 25, I am on a mission to feel "normal" again, raise awareness about invisible illnesses, and help others my age, younger, and older who struggle. Read more
Other
I awoke one morning and had trouble walking. My head felt weird. Whoa! What is this? My primary doctor said “vertigo.” Read more
Ménière’s disease
In February, 1994 I embarked on a journey many of you are all too familiar with – fluctuating hearing loss, fullness in the ear, “brain fog,” tinnitus, and random episodes of debilitating vertigo. Read more
Acoustic Neuroma/Vestibular Schwannoma
By accident it was found that I had an Acoustic Neuroma (AN), a benign tumor that grows on the hearing nerve and involves the facial nerve. Read more

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