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Old 11-27-2012, 09:43 AM   #16
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I don't get seasick on the boat, I get landsick with vertigo when I get back. Anyone have a remedy for that? It happened last year after our 4-night on the Dream, and just happened again on our 7-night Magic. I returned on Nov 17th and I'm still dizzy (noticed it on day 3 on our first port day). I actually ended up with an ear infection that started on the ship. I've been to the doctor for the infection and have drugs, but I'm still getting the bed spins at night. woooah somebody stop the bed, I need to get off. Going on the Dream again in two weeks and I can't wait so my head will stop spinning. Really! Anyone have experience with that?? Any ideas to combat it?
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