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How does Meniere's disease affect the body?

In the worst cases, Meniere's disease can be incapacitating. Vertigo and dizziness may be so bad that patients fall down while trying to walk. Patients may lose their hearing in the affected ear or ears. Short-term effects may include nausea and vomiting. Patients may become anxious or depressed.

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