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Mal de debarquement

Old 5th Jan 2023, 17:39
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Mal de debarquement

Has anyone ever suffered with this and is it a class 1 show stopper?

not too much info about it on the net!
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Old 6th Jan 2023, 12:13
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Quite a bit ... but not necessarily in English. - perhaps DeepL or Google Translate will be your new best buddy for the foreign language sites ;-)

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Old 13th Jan 2023, 00:39
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I know very little about it but feelings of movement can be normal and this sydrome is restricted for people where the symptoms last for more than 48 hours. I would have thought that anyone with such a condition would not want to fly regularly so my only advice is to check the diagnosis has been correctly made. If not, the individual doesnt have it!!!
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