I had no idea that anyone else suffered with this until I found this website and found out this had a name.
I would appreciate any feedback anyone could give me.
This website contains information, links, images and videos of sexually explicit material. By clicking "Enter" and entering this site I would have agreed to the terms and conditions above.bobbi USA - Sunday, October 05, 2003 at (EDT) ATTENTION: To all those with Mal de Debarquement Syndrome. Please try to find other resources until this site has been fixed. This started October 2000 after a cruise for 7 days.Annie USA - Tuesday, September 30, 2003 at (EDT) I have been a memeber of this support group for over 2 years and just want to ask the person/people responsible for trashing our site to please stop. That slowed down the rocking, but my brain was so fuzzy I was unable to function. I am now weaning off of the Librium and I am still not rocking. He also explained that once you have MDD, if you go back on another cruise, you have a high chance of it returning. I would like for those of you who took a cruise to think about something ---- the sleeping arrangement on the ship. Also does anyone feel worse after having a drink or two? Jenny Jenny ([email protected]) Bradford, Oh USA - Friday, February 22, 2002 at (EST) I am now in my sixth week of rocking and rolling since returning from a trip to Florida.I learned that I am looking for an otologist or neuro-otologist. Evan Torrie Campbell, CA USA - Sunday, October 05, 2003 at (EDT) ATTENTION: To those who are suffering from the rare syndrome, Mal de Debarquement, this site has been hijacked by pornographers. I found amytriptyline helped to relieve symptons but didn't necessarily cure the problem. I had been sympton free for about a year, and came down with a major "cold" while in Phoenix. friend got me Zithromax and it eventually did it's job, but... Then it occurred to me that my first episode started with a bad cold before the cruise, and I was still taking Zithromax when the ship sailed. could it be the Zithromax that triggered the return of MDD?For help with your syndrome, please investigate other resources until this site is fixed. Nancy Gomez, RN, MSN Nancy Gomez ([email protected]) Lake Forest, CA USA - Sunday, March 10, 2002 at (EST) Hi everyone. I've recently had physiotherapy on my neck-a wonderful new neck-if ever I get M. At least this time I know that it can eventually go away,though the thought of another long session is depressing. Barb Buchanan ([email protected]) Ocala, FL USA - Wednesday, March 06, 2002 at (EST) My wife reports the same symptoms that most of you have - swaying and moving up and down in her head at the same time.I had Phenmonia in Jan.1902, recovered from that alright. It is very frustrating to have to go through this with no medical help.