I have just viewed Ivor Cummins interviewing the most interesting man Joseph Kraft. It is an informal interview and luckily for me, there are subtitles as Mr. Kraft at 95 years old is very softly spoken. I appreciated the subtitles because I am hearing impaired which is why I am so pleased to have stumbled on this youtube video. Mr. Kraft talks about his early days in medicine and the foray into developing diagnostic tests for Diabetes and I was happily listening when all of a sudden he talked of ENT doctors being the first, or one of the first, group of physicians to take him seriously. And on screen there were associated conditions linked to T2 and one word jumped off the screen and blindsided me. That word was Menieres. I have suffered with Menieres for over a decade but in my recent reading had not found a single mention of it but now some of the pieces of the puzzle are coming together. I have questions, lots of questions! I normally jot down the date of a M. attack, the duration and recovery time. I also note down the drop attacks. But this is a separate recording to my bg/food diary. I shall now need a bigger notebook and take more detailed info and try to collate. Will my improved BGs be reflected in my number or duration of attacks, I wonder? I am quite excited about the hope this brings me.