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... sometimes I get dizzy if I lay on my side. When I get up in the morning, I have to sit on the side of the bed for a min. or so because the room is spinning. I've been to my Dr. ... (1 replies)
... by a virus, like labyrinthitis, or sometimes the crystals on the tiny hair cells fall and get trapped and can be cured by a manouver called epley which will move the crystals away to an area that wont cause the dizziness, is there a particular side that starts it, that maybe the affected ear. ... (1 replies)
... Kind of nice having someone going through the surgery at the same time. So lets share it K? ... (21 replies)

... I had most of the packing removed. ... (352 replies)
... forum. I'm looking for help and advice. As I sit and write this I am in tears! ... (10 replies)
... d to metion this board and someone on it with almost same symptoms as me and she has tmj.Then he jumped straight down my throat by saying 'it's not tmj,you go on the internet and you imagine all your symptoms' and just about pushed me out of his office saying he will write to my doctor. ... (143 replies)
... ok, I am almost at 3 weeks, hearing is coming along. I can definitely hear better than i could before the surgery, and actually i can hear better now without my hearing aid , than I could before with the aid. ... (37 replies)
... First of all, boy am I glad I found this board after days of googling!!! I'm 23 years old and have suffered hearing loss in both ears since I was 19. The loss was so gradual that I finally noticed its impact when I realised I couldn't catch clearly what my lecturer was saying in class. ... (352 replies)
... I had the revision done this morning. I was worried about throwing up again and ruining it. So I asked the doc for percocet a week or two ago so I could try it out and see if I could tolerate it. I tried it 3 times without any trouble. ... (12 replies)
... As for me, I got my "stapedotomy" surgery done on Sept 10th and so far everything is ok..I was slightly dizzy for the first two days and then it faded away. ... (49 replies)
... after cruly watching a food show on theatre waiting area TV. It was over really quickly because I remember it being before 6pm in recovery. I was not vomiting, was very sleepy and could hear nothing from operated ear. ... (70 replies)
... op and every now and then will get a little dizzy spell. Not bad, but definately there. It is mostly when i get up in the morning that i tend to notice it. It goes away almost as quickly as it comes though. Your hearing will come and go. ... (37 replies)
... I get really frustrated these days. There are times when my ears are wide open and everything sounds great. Then, in just a matter of hours, everything closes up and I can't hear. Or it sounds like I am in a tunnel. ... (173 replies)
... hi, my dentist is going to see me today, i will post when i get home! (143 replies)
... hearing loss in the left ear. I was dizzy for about a week, however, I was getting headaches from everything seeming so loud as my brain was adjusting to hearing the furnace, clothes dryer, etc. ... (13 replies)
... Being the Momma Bird that I am, I am trying to calm us all down with the big patience reminder. ... (173 replies)
... hi, been tested for allergies, only dust and dustmites. i am on nasonex and claratin and it has not helped all this ear stuff. do you get reverberation in your ears? ... (143 replies)
... pain, can't pop it out, muffled hearing, then when its really bad..my throat gets sore and swollen, sometimes 2 the point where I can't eat. In the past few years i've had dangerous throat infections.. ... (143 replies)
... Yes, they found the tubes were working "normaly" by scoping me twice. Two different ENT's said they were airating normally. Meanwhile, an MD said I have fluid in there called it serus otitis or glue ear that little kids get. So how could specialists not see anything like that and an MD saw what I feel? ... (143 replies)
... I have had progressive, bilateral hearing loss for quite a long time. I'm guessing it probably started over 20 years ago, with the births of my children, but wasn't really noticeable until the last 10 years. ... (19 replies)


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