Ménière’s disease
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Ménière’s disease is a disorder characterized by dizziness (vertigo), fluctuating or permanent hearing loss (often affecting only one ear), aural fullness (the sensation of pressure or fullness in the ear) and tinnitus. This disorder is caused as a result of too much fluid in the inner ear.


How Can an Audiologist Help?


Audiologists can help by:

  • Completing an audiologic assessment in addition to formal testing of the vestibular system (the system that organizes the senses that relay information about balance and motion to the brain)
  •  Working in conjunction with an ENT (otolaryngologist) to monitor and/or treat the symptoms of this disease
  • Prescribing a hearing aid if needed

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