My favorite site for medical explanations, the Mayo Clinic link to Meniere’s.
Click here to read my post about Meniere’s, “Why Won’t the Room Stop Spinning?”
The hardest part, for me, of living with Meniere’s is that it is completely unpredictable and totally debilitating when the vertigo attacks come. The day to day symptoms consist of periodic ringing in your ears of varying tones and loudness, a feeling of fullness and pressure that can sometimes be alleviated by “popping” your ears, and hearing loss. Fortunately for me these day to day symptoms have only proven to be a small annoyance. I am a happy camper as long as the vertigo stays away so I’m exceedingly glad when a little ringing in my ears is all I have to deal with. Just don’t be surprised if when speaking to me I have to ask you to repeat things a couple of times. Eh?