Jessie J says she was recently hospitalised with Meniere’s disease


Meniere’s disease is an ear condition that can cause sudden dizzy spells, vertigo and loss of hearing.https://images.indianexpress.com/2020/08/1×1.png
“I woke up and felt like I was completely deaf in my right ear, couldn’t walk in a straight line.  

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“Now’s the first time I’ve been able to sing and bear it. It could be way worse, it is what it is. Don't Miss These StoriesDisney’s Soul: A lovely, timely metaphysical movieParvathy-starrer Varthamanam, set in JNU, rejected by Kerala censor boardAR Rahman's mother Kareema Begum passes awayClick here for more

“They worked out what it was real quick and I got put on the right medicine so I feel a lot better today. I haven’t sung for so long and when I sing loud, it sounds like there’s someone trying to run out of my ear.”
Jessie J, however, followed up the post with another video of herself singing. (Photo: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)
Singer-songwriter Jessie J has revealed that she was admitted to a hospital on Christmas Eve after being struck down with Meniere’s disease. I’m super-grateful for my health. By: PTI | Los Angeles |

December 28, 2020 3:52:06 pm

Jessie J was recently reported to be suffering from the Meniere's syndrome. Basically I got told I had Meniere’s syndrome. The singer said she was glad that she got early medical assistance and was put on right medicine. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
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Jessie J Instagram 📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. It just threw me off”, she added. I know that a lot of people suffer from it and I’ve actually had a lot of people reach out to me and give me great advice, so I’ve just been laying low in silence”, Jessie J said. In an Instagram Stories video shared over the weekend, the 32-year-old musician said she had problems singing, hearing and walking in a straight line after being affected.