Nausea, Loss of focus, comfortable during ascent or Descent of escalators, when ears are plugged and early mornings as soon as I get up.

As I researched this is most probably labyrinthitis. Also a consulting physician opines the same.

How long precisely does it take to get back to normal ?
Any special attention reqd?

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Dr. Vinay S Bhat Bangalore | ENT/ Otorhinolaryngologist
labyrinthitis usually presents with acute symptoms such as vomiting, severe giddiness and imbalance and also hearing loss. if you are suffering from milder complaints with slight imbalance then it might be vestibular neuronitis but even in this condition you will have giddiness. usually this condition is self limiting and only symptomatic treatment is needed. it may take dew weeks to months for complete resolution of symptoms
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