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I know I read about it here, at this forum, just this past week, but I can't find it now... someone mentioned that although it might delay your own brain compensation through VRT (vestibular rehab training), they found one medication to be very helpful in treating their dizziness. Not veritgo as in room-spinning, but the disequilibrium.
It wasn't a prescription to relieve nausea (lucklily I don't have that with it) but it was for treating the dizziness itself.
If you are on something (or had been) and you posted about it, could you please tell me what the name of the prescribed drug was? I don't think it was the betahistamine or stemil (sp?), but maybe it was... I've looked and looked here, and cannot find that post. It was something posted just within this past week or so.
Could you please help me? I was going to ask my doctor about this as I have done the vrt for almost a year now, with absolutley no results.
At this point, I am willing to try the drug route, even though I know it may not solve the problem in the long run. I just can't take this imbalance anymore. It's getting worse, and none of my "specialists" have a clue on what caused it, or what else they can do except vrt. Thank you!
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