Some people have tinnitus as a result of Meniere's Disease (also called endolymphatic hydrops.) This less common condition is usually accompanied by other distinct symptoms such as unpredictable attacks of vertigo (a sensation of spinning or whirling), a feeling of imbalance, a sense of fullness or pressure in the ear, and fluctuating hearing loss. Many people with Meniere's Disease also describe their tinnitus as a roaring sound.
If you feel you may be suffering from Meniere's Disease, we recommend that you contact your primary care physician or an ear, nose, and throat doctor (ENT) for an evaluation. Through our sound therapy based tinnitus management program, we can work to relieve your bothersome tinnitus, but as this is a comparatively complex and chronic condition, tinnitus management may prove more challenging. Use of a sound therapy approach does require that you have sufficient hearing to be able to hear the treatment tones, and therefore would not be suitable for you if your hearing loss is profound.
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