"I have been diagnosed with vestibular damge 30 % hearing loss in my right ear WHICH A HEARING TEST AND A VNG CONFIRMED.My optho is confused on my eye situation cause no signs of diabetic diseasee exsisit and my eyes are still they dont m..."
"Jackie i have vestibular disorders and diabetes and the combination of these diseases is whats wrong with me but thanks for your concern.What dies worry me is the optho sees nthing wrong with my eyes but they contnue to get worse"
Just a quick note to say hi! I'm happy to hear that you are okay. I've been saying some prayers for you. I see that you're undiagnosed . . . Going through this not knowing stuff was worse than anything I've had to deal with for the MS--including giving myself shots every day and a spinal tap. I would rather do that a million times a day than suffer without knowing what it was that was doing this to me. Hang in there! I hope you pop in on the MS forum from time to time because some of your symptoms sound neurological. My best, Deb
Hi Travis, I am so sorry that you feel that way, are you doing better today? I sure hope you feel better soon. There are always better and worse times so hang in there for the better times. I'm not English so I don't know enaugh words to say what I want to. Just please be save.
My best to you,
You deserve a big bear hug! Just saw our "mood" on the right side of the page. I don't think we've met because I usually post in a different forum, but I hope you're okay . . . I've felt terrible in the past, typically due to my disease--and evenings are worse for feeling bad. I hope this horrible feeling passes for you. Let us know you're okay. Deb
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