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Up in New Jersey my parents had to buy double runner Ice skates for me and I still fell. In middle school years on the field trip I tried to climb the ladder of the slide and two steps up I got really dizzy. I always had to watch my step. It wasn't until I was an adult, that I had bronchitis just as bad as I did as a kid . Right after the bronchitis was over for a few days I started feeling fullness in my left ear and the doctor told me I had a blockage in my eustachian tube. That's when the ringing in my ear started. It hasn't stopped since. It was horrible when I can hear the beat of my own pulse. In my mid 40s I was diagnosed with asthma which I learned that I had it all my life. I said all this to say that I still have the ringing in my ear and seems constant. At the age of 67 I have had a few small strokes . The last one was last February in 2015 so my body is still healing. This last stroke also was at the base of my brai Brain in the back which affected my Balance issue even more. I walk with a walker so I don't fall. I read a few posts and my heart goes out to all of you. I am still under doctors care and have been told to keep my sodium way down. When it gets really bad like it did today, I checked my blood pressure and took an asthma treatment. It's still bothering me but it's not as loud . I would like to find the natural way of dealing with all this so if any of you have any ideas on this subject I would love to hear it.
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