Meniere's disease is a problem that is associated with the fluid balancing system in the inner ear. Generally, it is defined as the symptom complex of episodic vertigo (sensation of whirling and spinning), tinnitus (ringing, roaring, and hissing that usually occurs in one ear), aural pressure (feeling of pressure in the concerned ear), and fluctuating hearing loss.
CAUSES | SYMPTOMS | TREATMENTS
The exact cause of Meniere’s Disease is unknown. Possible causes include: