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May 11, 2011
... I had my Stapedectomy in my left ear 20 April 2011. There were no complications and my packing was removed. I have very good hearing in my left ear since the operation. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Cat1520, Don't worry. This is just normal. This is due to anesthesia. I am sure. I had the same surgery 10 years ago in India. Immediately i got hearing improvement. I just had followed doctors suggestions. "No sneeze". The pulse sensation is also normal. For me it took me 5 -6 weeks to go away. Take rest as much as you can. Who is your doctor? Thanks,... (3 replies)
... I had my stapedectomy surgery 9 days ago. Everything went very well. ... (3 replies)

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... I am sure they have improved much since I had mine. Guess I am a little worried they might not be able to replace them. Thanks for any advice. ... (6 replies)
... I had a hard time deciding weather or not to do the surgery, because my situation seems different from the norm. ... (352 replies)
... First off hope all goes well with your pregnancy. I know the twins are going to be a lot of work but a lot of joy as well! ... (64 replies)
... And besides, I don't like doing the little things anyways. I just have to because as you stated they won't get done otherwise. I'm surprised that you had such a hard time finding a doctor to do it. ... (64 replies)
... octor who performed my surgery was Dr. Roberson from the California Ear Institute. He has performed this surgery for 30 years and did an amazing job. I was given a local anesthetic and was awake during the whole procedure. ... (173 replies)
... 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 today was my last day for the summer! Yeah is normally my expression in the years past, but not this summer. ... (64 replies)
... Psalty, don't these people make you feel like it is a common procedure? ... (96 replies)
... Joshysgirl, sorry to hear you've had a problem with your revision surgery. It just isn't fair that you got so close to a good result then it was all taken away. ... (51 replies)
... never thought about the device because it was done so long ago. I have constant pressure sound in my ear, dizzyiness and the hearing loss so ENT states must go back in. ... (4 replies)
My Stapedectomy
Jun 23, 2011
... got hearing aids for both ears in 2002 not long after my wedding, I was dreading getting them, being male and young, it brings home your falibility, having been a very good rugby player and an athletic international, I saw the potential stigma as failure. ... (0 replies)
... My otosclerosis was contained to my right ear for a very long time. ... (12 replies)
... Ye Jazz, that's exactly what I'm talking about when I say my ear opens and closes. Hang in there, it won't last forever. ... (352 replies)
... Thanks for your support and feedback. I am feeling better, but you know how it goes. The ups and downs can really impact you. I will work on being patient. ... (352 replies)
... and I took a 10 Question sheet to ask him right away. The weird thing is that "he did not ask me anything", not even how I did I do the last 7 days... ... (352 replies)
... My hearing returned last night, Day 5. Very weird, and amazing too. Suddenly I realized I was hearing in stereo. ... (352 replies)
... or answering. My case begun in March 1993 with noise sensitivity to certain sounds from the right ear. This was the first symptom that something was wrong. I had a hearing test which indicated that my hearing from that ear had deteriorated about 5 to 10 DB at the lower frequencies. ... (5 replies)

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