What Is a Meniere's Disease and Its Symptoms?

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asked Mar 19, 2010 by anonymous

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Meniere's Disease is a condition where there is a fluid buildup in the ear that causes pressure and causes damages in some inner part of the ears. This disease can just appear without warnings.

There are no known cause of this disease and it can affect both men and women, it can affect any one of any age but usually people between ages 30 to 50. Most cases, only one ear may be affected.

Here are some Symptoms of Meniere's Disease:

- dizziness
- vertigo
- nausea
- vomiting
- pressure and fullness in the ear
- a buzzing, ringing and different noises that you may hear
- loss of hearing
answered Mar 19, 2010 by anonymous

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