This is what the world looks like through my eyes, unless I am sitting very still. Thankfully its no longer a spin (like in the acute stage), but its still very disorientating. Its horrible to not see in focus around you.
I can’t tell you the relief I felt to finally get my appointment at University College London Neuro-otology Department. Despite all the effort of travelling into London on the underground with vertigo and new hearing aids, it was all worth it because finally I was being seen by people who knew what they were doing and who seemed to have time for me.
I was passed through a series of tests specifically designed to assess my balance and hearing. These included rotary chair testing, various audiometry tests and Continue reading