Posted March 1st, 2008, 11:34 PM
This can happen to some after every cruise, or sometimes show up for no reason after a person has cruised many many times. We have sailed on over 35 cruises and only once did this hit after returning home. It was so severe, the doctor was called, thought it was the flu it was so terrible. I was perscribed seasickness meds, and poof, gone in a few hours. I had to take them for a week, but they kept all those nasty symptoms away.
Funny thing is, I don't get seasick, but that one time I got landsick.............ARGH! Terrible feeling.
Just treat it as you would if you were actually seasick onboard a ship and in a few days, it should pass. If it doesn't, you might possibly have an inner ear problem and I would check with your doctor, just to be on the safe side.