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You have an attack of vertigo that is different from those
you have had before or from what your doctor told you to
You need medicine to control nausea and vomiting caused by
If you have been diagnosed with
Ménière's disease, watch closely for changes in your
health. And be sure to contact your doctor if:
You have frequent or severe attacks of vertigo that interfere
with your normal activities.
You do not get better as
You have any new symptoms.
You have problems
with your medicine.
You have questions or concerns.
Watchful waiting is a period of time during
which you and your doctor observe your symptoms or condition without using
medical treatment. Watchful waiting is not appropriate if you think you may
have Ménière's disease-see a doctor right away. Attacks of Ménière's disease
can cause permanent hearing loss. Prompt diagnosis and steps to prevent further
attacks may reduce both the discomfort of attacks and the risk of hearing
Who To See
Health professionals who can diagnose and treat
Ménière's disease include:
Family medicine physicians.
You may be referred to a specialist:
To prepare for your appointment, see the topic Making the Most of Your Appointment.