For whatever god foresaken reasons, I have been unable to reply to posts while I do that inside China. But I could start a brand new post. The following is your reply to my post asking for the relevance of steroid in treating inner ear fluid. I want to know (1)the more effective methods that could be used to treat the over-production of inner ear fluid and (2)could this phenomenon named 'excess fluid' be _cured_? I have been prescribed Lasix currently. It is not as effective as Dyazide but then again it does not produce the 'stereo effect' that Dyazide did to me months ago. Thank you in advance, FP ========================================== francispoon wrote: > > I am asking this question on behalf of my ENT doctor in > China. Could either or both of these medicines be used > safely and effectively for treating the over-production of > inner ear fluid? > > All views from _licensed_ doctors are cordially > appreciated. > > Thank you in advance, > > FP Dr. Chung replied: I do not believe production of fluid in the inner ear is that responsive to steroids.