Alan Oxenbridge, Queensland

I have suffered from Meniere’s from the age of 28 and I am now 64. I had a few years break, but it had come back in recent years. When an attack hit I was so giddy I had to go to bed and then sicken sometimes 6 or 8 times.
After about 220 hours listening my turns became less severe, then the last two turns I had I never had to go to bed and never sickened so I knew things were starting to improve. It is now exactly 7 months since then and I have had no sign of any turns. It doesn’t make me giddy to lie on my back or on my left side which always did make me giddy before.