Talk:Ménière's disease

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Requesting edit about Meniere's Disease being fatal[edit]

The vestibular system is essential to normal autonomic breathing as was confirmed by Dr Reuben's study on ear dysfunction and SIDs. I see no mention of Meniere's being fatal so is it OK if I can edit this? The idea of inner ear dysfunction causing asphyxia is not new, studies go back to 2011 and was proven using studies on mice. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 01:04, 26 April 2019 (UTC)