MdDS in the News: Mother-of-three suffers airsickness for life after turbulent flight to Florida SIX YEARS ago

Gillian Archer, patient with MdDS

“A nurse has been left feeling permanently airsick – ever since she stepped off a turbulent flight six years ago.

Gill Archer, from Wolverhampton, West Midlands, was left struggling to balance, feeling queasy and permanently dizzy when she stepped off the long-haul flight to Florida in 2006.

The mother-of-three assumed the feeling would pass – but was horrified when her symptoms continued for weeks.”

Gill’s story was picked up by the Daily Mail, and the article has already helped someone who writes, “I finally know what is wrong with me!!! Thank you for bringing this to light.”

Read the whole story published in the Daily Mail.

MdDS in the News: Mother-of-three suffers airsickness for life after turbulent flight to Florida SIX YEARS ago was last modified: March 19th, 2018 by MdDS Foundation

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