I had this op over a year ago and still have discomfort and an "odd" pressure feeling is thisnormal?
My parents pushed for it because they didn't want me to have a hearing aid but now I wish that they would have seen the other side because I'm in more pain than I've ever been in before.
I survived again!
I am extremely tired and unable to fall asleep.
As a side note, he is 70, has hearing loss in one ear and has had intermittant tinnitus for a very long time.
For you, it would be the way the world works — much like the fact that you have to blink every 20 seconds or so.
A fistula test can be performed if there is a history of dizziness or a marginal perforation of the eardrum.
See also Mastoidectomy.
Until those allergens leave my body, I plan to spend the day drinking a teaspoon of ACV in every glass of water and, using the straight ACV drops drained out after a minuteparticularly before bed because the constant ringing keeps me from entering deeper sleep.
Once the drainage starts, you continue until you have improvement.
Just recently the eardrum replacement fell in on the bones behind it.