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[QUOTE=lib;3456767]anything is possible, but i doubt you have 2 very rare disorders, just as i doubt i do. i believe it is all related to 1 disorder. look up dr timothy hain, he describes a palatal eye type of myoclonus, sounds like myo to me. hyperacusis is a sever intolerance to sound. myo causes a sensitivity that can be sever but not to all sound. i am not convinced you have true hyperacusis, i believe you very well have myo.[/QUOTE]


ENT doc I saw, diagnosed me with mild hyperacusis, I don't have a severe intolerance to everyday sounds, just certain sounds like a baby crying, a blender in the kitchen, that sort of thing.

I can't believe there are no tests to check for myo! Can a specialist look at the movement of the eardrum with breathing, swallowing, yawning and diagnose myo this way?

What kind of tests did you have to confirm your myo?

I am begining to really think, myo maybe the problem I have!
[QUOTE=JohnUK;3457215]ENT doc I saw, diagnosed me with mild hyperacusis, I don't have a severe intolerance to everyday sounds, just certain sounds like a baby crying, a blender in the kitchen, that sort of thing.

I can't believe there are no tests to check for myo! Can a specialist look at the movement of the eardrum with breathing, swallowing, yawning and diagnose myo this way?

What kind of tests did you have to confirm your myo?

I am begining to really think, myo maybe the problem I have![/QUOTE]

mine was diagnose by 2 drs, they could see the eardrum move, thats not with everyone though. and by my descripton of symptoms.
sounds like myo to me.





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