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Noondog

Meniere's Disease

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I have seen a few blogs on different sites regarding Meniere's Disease and SC; however I am still trying to get a better understanding from fellow Veterans who may be experiencing the same.  I am SC 20% for hearing loss and 10% for tinnitus.  I have severe pulsatile tinnitus (constant ringing in ears head), regular tinnitus that is periodical and temporary on a daily basis, headaches, sinus aches, vertigo and staggering.  My VA PCP told me that I have Miniere's Disease and I have set up appointments with a private ENT/Audiology Dr. and the VA Audiologist as I need a more precise diagnosis on the Meniere's.  Has anyone filed a new claim for Meniere's Disease after they have been provided with a SC rating for hearing loss and tinnitus?  I appreciate all of your consideration as I am looking at applying for SC with the Mineare's (getting to the point where I cannot drive anymore). Thanks again. Noondog

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I am in the same process as you currently and submitted all evidence. I have a va diagnosis of Meniere, civilian ent diagnosis dbq and nexus. And c&p exam results/medical opinion was in my favor also with service connection. I’m awaiting my outcome after submitting this and it was added to my previous Appel for my ears. 

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