Hello All. Has anyone ever still felt like they were on a ship several days after disembarking? My head still sort of spins. Is this normal or do I need to call a doctor or take something?
Thank you so much. That is what I thought but I was not sure. I have Bonine and know I can take it. I do not feel sick, just kind of dizzy at times. Told dh that I needed a houseboat.
Thanks all. Like the name for whatever I have. Guess I will have to just stay cruising for the rest of my life. I was absolutely fine on the ship and on the ferry ride that many found rough. Guess my sea legs do not want to give up.
I get it every time we cruise. It is a very strange feeling.
Mary Lou Scanlon
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Oh, my gosh.!!
I have had a problem with dizziness since we got home from our cruise. Glad to know
I'm not the only one. After a week, it is getting better. Although, I did get very dizzy
yesterday and nearly hit the floor. Thanks
I actually kind of *liked* the feeling - except for running into door jambs...
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I think I kept the "patch" on too long - week on cruise and week in Orlando so I could go on the rides at Universal. The day after I took it off wow - had to take a Dramamine. Felt weird for a whole week but it wasn't really bad - just like that two glasses of wine at lunch feeling - we could just call it cruise-lag - TTFN Jennifer