Last night about 15 minutes after posting on the front porch, I was watching Date Line and the room started shifting, or rocking and I grabbed the arms of my chair and cried out. I nearly scared my husband to death. I told him to get the Phenergan and tried to make it down the hall. No such luck. I was so drunk that I couldn't make it. He came to help me and got everything ready, towels, washcloths, helped me get my clothes off as I was sitting on the floor in the bathroom. He is such a life saver. I have often wondered what I would do without him. I sometimes think he is more effected by this than I. Now to the reason I am sharing this episode ( smugly I though I might be in the burn out stage) if there is such. Why am I still having these attacks after more than 30 years? :'( I had 3 or 4 this year before this one, it's been about 5 or 6 months since the last. Alas, the reason I thought maybe, just maybe this would be the last. My husband said 'why can't they see that you are disabled with this, Oh that's right they gave it to you." Bless his heart. I was not under any stress this week. Well maybe when the forum died, and I could not get back in. I did see in my records right before court, that I am bi-lateral now, and I think maybe I was only affected on one side. Do you think that's why maybe I'm still having the rotational vertigo? I can deal with the dizzy days but it's hard to deal with the rotational. I will make an appt. with my ENT this week to see about getting Phenergan that I can rub on my wrist that Linda mentioned. I have suppositories and I'm too drunk to use them :-[ :-[until the spinning has stopped, at least my husband could apply that! A little humor here! ;D Tucker I will ask Dr. DeMoville how I can get Dr. Bill Roger's address. He is not listed under any hospital around here. He may not be practicing anymore but Dr. D should know how to get in touch because he mentioned him to me on one of my visits. I will let you know as soon as I find out something. I haven't forgotten you. I found another article in the Tennessean newspaper about Meniere's. I was strange that it was right in the middle of a piece about Vanderbilt University. Apparently the President's wife smokes marijuana for Meniere's and Vanderbilt is a no drug allowed university but, the President supports his wife's drug for Meniere's. Have any of you ever hear of this? Well at least more people are hearing about the disease. I'll shutup now this is way too long. I hope everyone is having a spin free day. Just Woozee in my little world.