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offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2012-03-20 09:01 [#02431419]
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So a bit under a year ago, I lost suddenly lost partial
hearing in my right ear (40db from 45-170 hz, about).
Doctors at first said it was benign positional vertigo, then
sudden sensineural hearing loss. It's sucked, I've had to
get used to constant tinnutis and even distortion at lower
frequencies, but I've kind of come to terms with it.

I went in for my half year check, and it appears my hearing
loss has gotten worse, which shouldn't have happened. First
I had some blood tests, but they didn't show anything.

So now I'm scheduled to have an mri of my head done
tomorrow, because they think I may have a benign tumor on my
cochlear nerve. I've been waiting for this for like 2 months
now (yay american health care system!), and I feel like I've
been breaking down without even realizing it. Been fighting
tons with my gf, and I feel like it must be my fault. Altho
at the end of all it, I don't think I've even begun to
process... what, the possibilities? Blagh, I dunno.

But yeah, that's my bag.


 

offline j4ck from United Kingdom on 2012-03-20 09:04 [#02431420]
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dam :(

I don't know what to say.


 

offline impakt from where we do not speak of! on 2012-03-20 09:18 [#02431423]
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Don't worry before you have actual results.


 

offline fleetmouse from Sweet Valley High on 2012-03-20 11:40 [#02431431]
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A friend of mine had a similar benign growth in his ear, got
it taken out, and he was fine. You'll be fine too.


 

offline freqy on 2012-03-20 12:12 [#02431433]
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hey man, imagine if they find something that is causing the
problem with your hearing!! and as fleetmouse says they take
it out and WooHoo your hearing gets better and better!!!

I had my skull operated on , i did, . lol : ) ( i hear
everyone say > this explains everything ) it wasn't bad at
all. They give me cool drugs and I floated around for weeks
afterward. it was awesome. i wanna go back. i really wish
they told me what it was.

i am sure deep down your gf knows your stressed out, i
hope you get good news.

keep us updated.

freqy : )



 

offline freqy on 2012-03-20 13:10 [#02431434]
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Juice fasting is worth checking out, it flushes out the
colon and the liver and that allows nutrients to be absorbed
far more efficiently, with no more mucus clogging the colon,
the pathways for the nutrients are opened up so the blood
becomes super healthy rich and there is great hydration too.
plus organic means reduced nasties for the body to cope
with, so much more healing can take place, worth checking
out organic juice fasting.


 

offline Raz0rBlade_uk on 2012-03-20 13:23 [#02431436]
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Jesus. I'm so sorry to hear that, man. I also have hearing
problems (in my left ear) due to Eustachian Tube
Dysfunction.

Anyway, even though my problems don't even come close, I can
definitely relate at least on some level about the tragedy
of having a sense impaired.

My only hope is that one day you will be able to have a new
bionic ear, which will be infinitely greater than this
clearly inferior human model ear.

*hugz*


 

offline Torture Garden from Feelin' 2Pacish on 2012-03-20 15:04 [#02431448]
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Sounds very stressy :(

Good luck hedphukkerr.


 

offline Gonzola from Stockholm (Sweden) on 2012-03-20 15:12 [#02431449]
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Truly sorry to hear this. I hope your hearing will be
restored eventually.


 

offline gingaling from Scamworth (Burkina Faso) on 2012-03-20 16:59 [#02431452]
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hope it gets sorted man.



 

offline Clic on 2012-03-20 17:07 [#02431454]
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Very sorry to hear this. My thoughts are with you, and I
wish you all the best.


 

offline Fah from Netherlands, The on 2012-03-20 17:07 [#02431455]
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You will be fine mate !


 

offline cuntychuck from Copenhagen (Denmark) on 2012-03-20 18:36 [#02431466]
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all the best - i'm sure you will be fine,

makes a fellow tinnitus sufferer nervous right there.


 

offline AMPI MAX from United Kingdom on 2012-03-20 20:07 [#02431475]
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hey its probably fine bro dont worry and dont bother
processing any possibilities just get things checked out


 

offline larn from PLANET E (United Kingdom) on 2012-03-21 00:29 [#02431501]
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I thought you might be interested in this article
LAZY_TITLE take it easy man


 

offline pheltsamwitch on 2012-03-21 20:06 [#02431578]
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good luck.

healthbotton


 

offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2012-03-21 21:00 [#02431582]
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thanks for all the support guys, it means a lot! i'm sitting
here at the office with a cd with the images next to me, i
am way too tempted to look at them and try to see if i can
figure if i can see anything, altho i'm sure i can't. my
follow up can't come soon enough, it's the not knowing
that's killing me!


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2012-03-21 21:18 [#02431583]
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Good luck man. I'm betting on a good followup appointment.


 

offline rad smiles on 2012-03-21 21:42 [#02431585]
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be positive.


 

offline Ophecks from Nova Scotia (Canada) on 2012-03-21 22:02 [#02431588]
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They'll get that deadbeat biomass out. Did they mention
whether your hearing will recover?


 

offline freqy on 2012-03-24 12:39 [#02431744]
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Did they find anything from the scan ?


 

offline freqy on 2012-03-25 06:36 [#02431787]
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you o.k hedsphukker?


 

offline w M w from London (United Kingdom) on 2012-03-25 07:48 [#02431788]
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Yo, do some fresh beat boxin in the mri machine


 

offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2012-03-25 18:03 [#02431800]
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gots an appointment to follow up on thursday. i dont think
im gonna look at the mri's till then.

i really really wish i could have taken a recorder in there
tho, those sounds are ddddope. i should have asked the
technician, he also had some weird minimal techno loop going
in the room the whole time, but the crazy techno lazer beamz
of the mri machine drowned it out during most of the
procedure.


 

offline freqy on 2012-03-25 18:46 [#02431804]
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i think id wait to, cause i wouldnt know what i was looking
at.

pretty darn cool you can keep the pics with you.

i broke my arm in the Uk i asked for a copy they thought i
was going to sue them or something , got real tight with me.
mind you i did get my camera out and star taking snaps
after they said no. LOL

good luck on thurs


 

offline Monoid from one source all things depend on 2012-03-25 19:20 [#02431805]
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There is a band on millie plateux with the name M.R.I


 

offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2012-03-29 06:53 [#02432068]
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Tomorrow morning... took some percocet, trying not to think
about it. Why doesn't life have a fast forward button?


 

offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2012-03-29 06:57 [#02432070]
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Again, thank you for the support, all of you. Space love
from the space pope.


 

offline freqy on 2012-03-29 07:21 [#02432072]
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Good Luck Space Pope :P


 

online revpersona from Plainfield (United States) on 2012-03-29 07:53 [#02432073]
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Here's to hoping tomorrow brings you some good news!


 

offline freqy on 2012-03-29 10:01 [#02432080]
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i went to get drukqs from my doctor just now, but i got some
cr*p stuff that doesn't get me high, just diarrhoea. so im
not taking them.

at least i have grapes. grapes are awesome. : )


 

offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2012-03-29 18:24 [#02432116]
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no tumor or nuthin. just same old sensineural hearing loss.
whoop dee doo. i was almost hoping for some change.


 

offline freqy on 2012-03-29 18:50 [#02432118]
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glad you'll live. pretty scary having a scan and waiting
like you did,

seems weird, but extra vitamins can work wonders. i was
reading that vitamins A,C, and E are good for hearing.

check this chart out each vitamin is explained and a list of
foods that have the highest concentration too.. if you click
on each food it states the amount too.



 


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