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... All of the nasty side effects I've had and have, I'm still dizzy, weak and my ears blocked. I don't hear anything much on my operated side yet, other than the motorboat thats been installed in my head instead. ... (0 replies)
... All of the nasty side effects I've had, I'm still dizzy, weak and my ears blocked. I don't hear near anything on my operated side yet, other than the motorboat thats been installed in my head instead. ... (51 replies)
... I am still having some pain, and am still on my pain meds. But I'm also having some strange sounds. I woke myself up the night after my surgery by popping my ears in my sleep. I couldn't believe I did that!!!! Now it sounds like there is air going through my ear drum every time I swallow. ... (3 replies)

... g under the weather. No major dizziness and no throwing up, thank God. One thing that has me freaked out is that I woke myself up in the middle of the night by popping my ears in my sleep! Ugh...stupid move. The only outcome of that is that I had blood on my front cotton ball for the first time. ... (49 replies)
... I had a stapedectomy surgery in my right year in February 1982 at age of 25 in Kuwait government hospital and lost hearing to the right year completely, now what I am hearing is only with the help of left ear. I am now 52 years old, is with one another operation, is it possible to get my hearing back (17 replies)
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... o pop which has been perhaps the most frustrating thing about this entire surgery, and unfortunatley, I'm starting to get used to it. I've been slightly 'force' popping my ears and my left ear has been able to pop every time, but not my right. BAH! I call BS! ... (101 replies)
... I have been sharing posts with some of you regarding my recent experience of surgery. It is easier to explain it in one post rather than several. I had stapedectomy surgery in my left ear in August 2008 and it went exceptionally well. The hearing in that ear is better than what was expected. I had my right ear done in early November 2008 and knew right away that... (17 replies)
... y surgeon told me he would not want me to fly for at least 6 weeks after the operation. However, I also have Eustachian Tube Dysfunction and always have trouble popping my ears on airplane rides, so that probably plays into it. ... (101 replies)
... I did ask my surgeon about flying before the surgery. He recommended not to because of the plane's pressure and altitude changes. You really don't want that ear popping while it's healing. I'm taking his advice, because I've realized how much I've missed not being able to hear my niece and nephews while they are growing up. ... (13 replies)
... and popping upon swallowing, dizziness when standing or sitting up for too long, pressure in ears, and neck pain. ... (16 replies)
... Psalty, don't these people make you feel like it is a common procedure? I am glad that we all can benefit from their experiences. I too am glad I found it. I hope you continue to do well, but don't over do it. Good luck! I have a question for anyone who can advise me on this, and even if it is more than one person, I'd like as much input as possible. I work at a school and... (96 replies)
... en I have been driving, working at my computer, walking and doing light house work such as laundry. I have been sleeping well have no ringing but some occasional popping sounds, especially when I yawn. The hearing in my ear is ok but not great and I still have a mild numb feeling on one side of my mouth. ... (96 replies)
... This morning I woke up with no hissing or popping at all! Everything is nice and clear. Hope it stays this way! Funny how it can change so quickly. ... (96 replies)
... Thanks Kristan... that helps. I have been a bit depressed about not being able to hear. Your words really help. My ears been popping open since yesterday, and things seem to swish a bit when I'm chewing, so things are beginning to move around and open up a bit. This morning I can hear some... ... (96 replies)
... Welcome. I'm glad to hear of your good experience. I've had much the same. It hasn't been perfect but it's only been two days. I have some popping and I have mild pain. I also have that slight taste sensation on the operated side of my tongue, which I've read on the posts to be common. ... (96 replies)
... OP. I asked my doc specifically related to my case and he assured me careful popping would be ok. I have a regimen of nose spray and saline, some Clarinex and it is getting there. ... (173 replies)
... lways a ringing noise, and a definite hearing loss, but yesterday I popped it so many times and tugged on my ear, that I am hearing better today but have to keep popping it so that I can have a slightly better, but still not normal hearing in it. ... (173 replies)
... 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... (10 replies)
... Hi Lib, While I am waiting to see a super ENT specialist, I am trying to put a list of questions and things I would like to get tested for, just so I don't miss anything during my consultation. My symtoms;- 1) I hear my voice and eating/chewing sounds very loud 2) Have been diagnosed with Hyperacusis syndrome (this is confirmed) 2) Tinnitus 3) Certain sounds and... (10 replies)

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