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After a moment’s hesitation, though, the larger of the two men thrust out his chin pugnaciously. DH has had vertigo since he lost hearing in one ear a little over a year ago. I was having a lot of difficulty a few years ago with rather violent dizzy spells, nausea, vomiting, etc. I was assured it was not and ended up being sent to a cardiologist and a neurologist for multiple tests with no findings.

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Yes, I see.” Jamie reached into his sporran and drew out something, which he held under the thief-taker’s nose, as though inviting him to smell it. “That is of no importance,” he said grandly, lifting his aristocratically prominent nose another inch. Even allowing for the passage of thirty years, he did not seem a likely candidate for the tender passion. I tried to find somewhere that would do that but didn't see anything. (NT) -- Betsy Barefootspinner, Sat, May 19 2018, Betsy, I have trouble with vertigo too. He uses scopolamine patches that are changed 3very 3 day’s. We’ve had a problem the last two months because there is an industry wide lack of generic patches.

I couldn’t make out what it was at this distance, but the thief-taker’s face suddenly changed, going from wariness to alarmed disgust.” [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: QOTD and Bulletin Board for Tuesday, May 22, 2018 -- kgp, Tue, May 22 2018, The following quotation is taken from The Fiery Cross by Diana Gabaldon. “I require – that is, we require” – he amended, with a polite nod toward Roger – “to know who you are.” The inhabitants of the cabin all exchanged confused looks, as though wondering who they might in fact be. This is my brother, Lionel, my wife, Meg, my brother’s daughter, Alicia” – that appeared to be the girl in the apron, who had now removed the garment from her head and stood tearstained and gulping – “and my sister, Thomasina.” [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: QOTD and Bulletin Board for Monday, May 21, 2018 -- kgp, Mon, May 21 2018, The following quotation is from Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon. [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: I know Jenny's words aren't quotes. It’s horrible, but I live with a sister who has liver disease among a bunch of other problems so I try to keep perspective. (NT) -- Cindy G, Sat, May 19 2018, Betsy, so sorry you’re dealing with this! So we’ve had to buy the name brand (expensive) but Mike can’t function without them. Thanks for your Murtaugh quote, he is one of my very favorites. (NT) -- Kathy in PA, Sat, May 19 2018, Betsy, depending upon what your provider finds (or doesn't find) Tuesday, you may want to get a referral to an ears/nose & throat specialist.

It makes my heart happy that she has found life can be kind. “Did you have stars like this – Where you came from? “No,” I said, still slightly under the spell of the silent grandeur overhead. "Since midafternoon." The man rose awkwardly onto his knees, swaying a bit from the effects of the blow. I saw them flick from face to face, then settle on Jamie. [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: And so starts another chapter in the lives of those we love. When I was young, I liked to think of myself as Gwinevere, tall, willowy and strong, (when I wasn't trying to prove that Roy Rogers and Dale Evans were my real parents), but in actuality I had more in common with Brunhilda than with Gwinnie.

Ladies of Lallybroch are the best friends (NT) -- Lady Du Bois, Sun, May 27 2018, QOTD and Bulletin Board for Friday, May 25, 2018 -- kgp, Thu, May 24 2018, The following quotation if from A Breath Of Snow And Ashes by Diana Gabaldon. “Not so bright.” “No, they weren’t,” he said, shaking his head and pulling at the rein. The Factor Duncan was accompanied by a tall, thin, elderly gentleman, very neat but threadbare in appearance, his scanty white locks tied back from a high and balding brow. I remember when I first read this wondering if this fellow was going to be a good guy or a bad guy. (NT) -- Betsy Barefootspinner, Sun, May 20 2018, QOTD for Saturday, May 19th, 2018 -- Betsy Barefootspinner, Sat, May 19 2018, Good Morning, Lallypeeps, I usually try to post QOTD on the night before but occasiont it doesn't work out. Oh, I had the occasional bout of the spins after a night of debauchery and depravity (really..was just after a night of being drunk. I thought it was tied to an inner ear infection but I had it looked at and that doesn't seem to be the case. It just must be my sensitive fragile constitution being unfairly assaulted by some random evil entity. So I'm taking this opportunity while I'm not whirling around, which is HORRID I might add, to sit at my computer to type.

The key component is a hearing test, which for me was minor, but detectable.

Started on a low salt diet to reduce inner ear swelling and I have (KNOCK ON WOOD! (NT) -- Diana H, Mon, May 21 2018, I get vertigo occaisionally and it is usually after being at high altitude from driving over a mountain or after a plane ride.

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