Well, I began the VRT, bppv was gone before we started VRT, gone about a day is all. Spent a good week making progress, I had more good days than bad. Then on Friday during a PT session at home I noticed the bppv coming back. Very mild at first. Therapist told me to come in to have a look. She said it was not back yet but if it was coming to do the Brandt Daroffs all weekend until she can see me again on Tues. Well every day it has been getting stronger despite all my hard effort. Today woke up miserable again. My neuro will be out today. I am so unbelievably frustrated. I have one bppv attack after another, canalith repositioning does not work on me, even the therapists, so how will I ever get anywhere with VRT? I take a step forward and two back. What else is there for me? Do I just give up hope now? Any advice? I am terrified of any surgery because they are so risky. In addition I have stuck with the low salt diet for the supposed hydrops I might have and nothing is helping at all. I am terrified can someone offer some advice?
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