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Would you have Nystagmus (Eye movements - uncontrollable) when you have Meniere's disease?

Summary: there is no Nystagmus reported by people with Meniere's disease yet.

We study people who have Nystagmus (Eye movements - uncontrollable) and Meniere's disease from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.

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Meniere's disease

Meniere's disease (a disorder of the inner ear that can affect hearing and balance to a varying degree) can be treated by Triamterene And Hydrochlorothiazide, Dyazide, Hydrochlorothiazide, Meclizine Hydrochloride, Valium. (latest reports from 1,421 Meniere's Disease patients)

Nystagmus

Nystagmus (a condition of involuntary eye movement) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, depression, convulsion, high blood pressure. (latest reports from 3,545 Nystagmus patients)

On Jan, 25, 2015: No report is found.

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  • From this study (1 week ago):

  • I used to have very light tremor, in one hand. Since the use of meds for my mental conditions it has got worse. I never had heart problems, until I started using the combination of meds I have now. My heart rate in rest is while on Dexamphetamine 100 bpm or more, and in the evenings it's 90 bpm. My heart also responds to going from a resting position to standing by adding 20 bpm and a severe drop of my bloodpressure (when I went to the doctor they recorded resting 95 bpm, and a 127/80 blood-pressure, and when I stood up, my pulse was 125 bpm and a 104/67 blood-pressure.

    Medication I have used before, but I haven't used for more than a half year:
    -Abilify (responded very bad on this one, got very aggravated)
    -Methylphenidate (1 with normal release and intake every 3 hours, 2 with XR, medikinet and concerta). Those didn't really help for my adhd/autism
    -Venlafaxine, it didn't help at all for my depression
    -Citalopram, didn't help either.
    -Risperdal, gained a lot of weight from this one. Didn't have much effect for my mental state.

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  • From this study (1 month ago):

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  • From this study (2 months ago):

  • Started having grand mal seizures at age 24. Have had over 50 seizures, all grand mal and all sever in length and recovery time. Severe loss of memory. Accompanied by 3 strokes. Two TIA and one causing left body from shoulder down for weeks. Cannot drive. Cannot work. Longest length in between episodes is a little over a month. Single mother concerned for my son's and my own safety. Idiopathic. Tried MANY different regiments of medications. Breakthrough severe seizures always occur. Have see. Seen many specialist, all test preformed, no solid answers at all. NO history of epilepsy or seizure disorder in family. At a loss. Please help me get my life back.

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    anonymousXuka on Aug, 16, 2014:

    Have you ever had a fall or injure to the head? (I never had it) but I can relate to you. Because I had a dog that gave birth to these 5 puppies. One of the puppies that I gave away later had continues epilepsy. I later found out that the dog's owner abuse her a lot (hitting in the head.) But none of other 5 or the mom or dad had it (I own the mom & dad). The owner ended up giving the dog away to get killed. I had to go the shelter to take the dog back. One thing I noticed that the dog would get seizure whenever she heard loud noises (like my mom yelling) couple hours prior that. May be you could try to figure out if there was any pattern that could help you to prevent the seizures from happening. Some people think it's silly but one thing helps me going through difficult times is to focus on the positives by listening to the audio "The Secret" & "The Power" from Rhonda Burne. I hope you can get cured soon; miracles do happen. I wish you all the best.

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