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As far as I know there is no correlation between Graves orbitopathy and Meniere's disease.
Is Meniere's hereditary....is that what this could be?
Also, meniere's disease is not known to have a hereditary component.
Here is a great article on Meniere's:
Any suggestions as to what the problem may be?
There are many issues that can cause dizziness. Since your's has been going on for so long and are so frequent I would suggest you have a complete examination by an ENT doc. If you can't get in to see and ENT in a timely fashion I'd talk to your primary care MD. In any event I don't think this is from your Grave's.
What does ENT stand for?
Ear Nose and throat doctor.
Of course...thank you
They are the experts in dizziness.
My pleasure. I hope you feel better soon.
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