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... I never wore hearing aids until 5 years ago when my hearing really worsened. They weren't perfect, but being able to hear something was better than hearing nothing. ... (3 replies)
... anesthesia. He said it was nerve damage, severe, and irreverseable. ... (3 replies)
... Do either of you wear hearing aids? ... (2 replies)

... f's mom had the measles when he was born. Consequently, he was born with measles which caused hearing loss. The doctor in the past has indicated that he has nerve damage. Is there any type of operation or procedure to correct nerve damage? ... (1 replies)
... ife. Infections all the time. Tissue always building up. Ive had about four operations already to take out the tissue. One of which had caused me almost all hearing loss in one ear because of the damage the infections caused on my bones. ... (2 replies)
... This exact same thing has happened to me. I am 22 years old, and it happened when I was 20. I'm sorry to say that I am now permanently deaf in one ear. Once there is nerve damage, the hearing never returns. ... (17 replies)
... upper respiratory infections. The hearing loss started before the ear infections, but was significantly worse after. I thought i read that children as young as 5 have received stapedectomys. ... (6 replies)
... the components and aids themselves are not really that costly. Your fitting audiologist expects you to come back for any adjustments you want until you are completely satisfied. ... (5 replies)
... r since I found out I needed a stapedectomy. Long story short, I found out that I had otosclerosis when I was 18, just now having the surgery at 35. I have some nerve damage so I will still need hearing aids in both ears. ... (1 replies)
... I had my stapedectomy surgery December 22 2011. Since then I have been to my ENT on 4 different occasions. Before the surgery I had hearing aids that I wore. ... (12 replies)
... I have been wearing hearing aids for about 7 years now because my first ENT said that a stapedectomy would not be beneficial due to some nerve damage. Finally in late 2011 I decided to visit another ENT which ordered a hearing test. ... (27 replies)
... stapedotomy surgery has risks and with your mild hearing loss I would never do it. I don't think the surgery prevents nerve damage and in fact total hearing loss is one of the risks of the surgery. I lived with hearing loss for almost 40 years before I opted to have the surgery. ... (1 replies)
... m fortunate, in that my hearing loss is so far mild and only obvious in one ear. ... (1 replies)
... numerous other symptoms. Prior to surgery I had moderate conductive hearing loss with no nerve damage at all...post surgery I have total irreversable nerve damage to the cochlear which means hearing aids are now not even an option. ... (1 replies)
... I have read all these posts and I too experienced most of these symptoms. ... (49 replies)
... While it seems that everyone heals differently, there seems to be a common theme of very limited hearing over the first few weeks, due to swelling and the packing inserted around the ear drum. ... (64 replies)
... Subjective tinnitus is the ringing in the ears. Usually begins in our twenties and progresses. ... (9 replies)
... I am doind a 60 day trail, now extended slightly for oticon synchro. I have otosclerosis with classic poor low frequency hearing and normal high frequency. I have failed stepedectomy in right ear which ended in nerve damage to inner ear. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, no I dont have any hearing loss. No conductive or nerve damage. I had an ear infection which seemed to lead on to another and then another. Sort of glue ear is the condition I think I have. Eustachian tube dysfunction because of the constant ear infections. ... (35 replies)
... I recently got a hearing aid, my ins. ... (0 replies)




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