Thanks for the reply. This thing leaves you feeling so alone.. it's unbelievable.
I also now have that feeling wobbly type feeling too, constantly off balance. I hope your day goes well out with friends, I'm sure you'll have a good time. I also feel really tired most of the time, and tend to have a bit of a temperature too, especially when feeling the mild vertigo.
I noticed if I walked alongside my partner on her right hand side and held hands with my left hand, I felt like I was going to fall over. The same happened holding the roller basket at the shop the other week, I was walking it along the aisle with my left hand. As soon as I swapped hands, I could walk somewhat better. I don't know if this is something to do with the eyes compensating with the ears, but I hope it gets better for us all soon.
Just like Aspergers Syndrome, Labyrinthitis and Vestibular Neuritis both are hidden disabilities, and it really gets to you when others cant see what's wrong, because its all internalized.
I did try the Dix Hall-pike test on my left ear, and nothing came of it. I'm a bit scared to try it on the right ear. One exercise was like a roll your head around clockwise in a circle motion and do that 10 times, then swap to anticlockwise motion. I tell you, it was pretty vertigo provoking last time I tried it. lol. I don't know if I should keep on trying it, because I think its supposed to provoke the vertigo and symptoms so as to help compensate for it. I'm a bit weary of trying the Dix Hall-pike on the right ear, as this is usually the ear which causes the problems with me.
Anyway, have a great time with friends, and be sure to tell me all about how it went