Named after the French physician who determined that Meniere’s Disease was a disease of the inner ear, rather than the brain, there has yet to be a definitive cause of this condition. Many medical professionals believe it is caused by changes in the fluid of the inner ear. Others believe it is due to autoimmune issues, genetics or allergies. Those who suffer from Meniere’s learn that it is progressive, meaning that it does grow worse over time.
Medical professionals believe that a person will experience two or more symptoms at a time. Here are 10 signs and symptoms of Meniere’s Disease:
Headaches are a symptom of Meniere’s. However, they can also be a result of another symptom of Meniere’s. The headaches can stem from vertigo, the aural fullness, nausea, and vomiting. There are many in the medical field who believe that migraine headaches are a symptom of Meniere’s. These headaches associated with Meniere’s will oftentimes be accompanied by nausea and the full range of such.