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Old 12-16-2005, 09:34 PM   #16
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damn two surgeries on my ears now... with scars and holes in both ear drums... and still going strong too.. maybe i should lay off the drums now :S
be careful... that's why I had emergency surgery. my first 3 surgeries left scar tissue behind. scar tissue is like a tumor, it continues to grow. if it grew for another year it would've cut off blood flow to one of my arteries to my head and.. kaput, I'd be dead---and I never knew this was happening. Instead, the weight of the scartissue caused my ear drum to collapse and explode. I went down with blood and ear canal fluid pouring out of my ear, no sense of direction, and incredible pain. I was floored and couldn't even hear my own screams. Passed out soon after from the pain. Wasn't the highlight of my week, I'll tell you that. Emergency reconstructive surgery on my ear-drum, around a month of not being able to walk, always puking, in incredible pain, and dizzy spells even while laying flat.... and good as new. I now have full hearing in both ears.

In a way I'm lucky that my ear drum exploded.. otherwise I'd probably be dead right now.
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Old 12-19-2005, 01:31 PM   #17
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Ya I work in a club at night and wear ear plugs definately makes difference girls don't mind either.
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Old 12-19-2005, 01:41 PM   #18
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Ya I work in a club at night and wear ear plugs definately makes difference girls don't mind either.
My ears are fine, but i still wear earplugs when i talk to girls..... thats why they all think i'm a 'good listener'
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Old 12-19-2005, 01:55 PM   #19
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be careful... that's why I had emergency surgery. my first 3 surgeries left scar tissue behind. scar tissue is like a tumor, it continues to grow. if it grew for another year it would've cut off blood flow to one of my arteries to my head and.. kaput, I'd be dead---and I never knew this was happening. Instead, the weight of the scartissue caused my ear drum to collapse and explode. I went down with blood and ear canal fluid pouring out of my ear, no sense of direction, and incredible pain. I was floored and couldn't even hear my own screams. Passed out soon after from the pain. Wasn't the highlight of my week, I'll tell you that. Emergency reconstructive surgery on my ear-drum, around a month of not being able to walk, always puking, in incredible pain, and dizzy spells even while laying flat.... and good as new. I now have full hearing in both ears.

In a way I'm lucky that my ear drum exploded.. otherwise I'd probably be dead right now.
damn that sux....i think imma stop listenin to my music @ full blast
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Old 12-19-2005, 02:01 PM   #20
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Depends on the type of hearing loss.

A cochlear implant can help restore hearing, but it is quite expensive. This is the same surgery Rush Limbagh had.

BTW... what do you mean its just nerves? Nerves can be repaired a number of ways, nerve grafting, neurorrhaphy, direct nerve repair, cable nerve grafting, nerve crossover surgery, etc...
forgot Micro Laser Nerve repair....which is probably what they are doing to her ear.
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