Sensoneural Hearing LossI am a 38 yrs old male with bilateral sensoneural hearing loss. Do you have remedies to recover hearing loss or keep the little residual hearing that I have. Further, I am occasional hit by bouts of vertigo and dizziness.
kaletam on 2007-12-12
6. Height .
9. List of your complain first 1. 2.. 3
10. Diabetic or non Diabetic
11. Desire sweets/sour/salt
14. Current BP (without medicine and with medicine)
15. What exactly is happening ?
16. How do you feel ?
17. How does this affect you ?
18. How does it feel like ?
19. What comes to your mind ?
20. One situation that had a big effect on you ?
21. How did that feel like ?
22. What sensation do you experience in that situation ?
23. What are you showing by that gesture of your hand.(habits or Action) ?
24. current medicine you are taking
25. family back ground
26. qualification of patient
27. Nature of working
28. desire and aversion of food
29. Mind-behavior, anger, irritability, hurry, impatient and so.. on and how you are peculiar from other person, public speaking or not , you can describe all the detail about behavior, love and affection. Any confidential and private matter to be discuss by email.
30. Aggravation (increases-time, season,)& Amelioration (Decreases)
Dr. Deoshlok Sharma
♡ deoshlok last decade
1. until two months ago my leaf hearing dissappeared. There are constant ringing in my ear. My right hearing has diminished as well and I am only hearing better when I am yelled at. I realised in 1994 when I began loosing my hearing.
2. I have impaired concentration, feel dizzy most times, feel sleepy most times and hungry quickly.
3. Struggle to live a normal life - ie. I feel iritated quickly, can wake up earlier in mornings.
4. When I am worst hit, feels very hot.
Non Diabetic, desire salt on food, like choclate icecreams.
When on paracetamol, tongue has milky coating.
I am not as active as before, instead of hearing, getting alot of electric impluses. I can not get around and teach.
When I have flu, it makes me feel like dying. My body gets so hot, feel like vommiting and can not walk properly, feels like can not balance self properly.
Currently, taking panadols to reduce effects and do work.
Malenesian family with mother from highlands and father from coastal area when malaria is common.
I have a BSc,PGDE and a maths teacher by profession. The years 2006-07 were my worst years, like am on a downward journey in life. I have been positive that shall recover one day!
Like eating fried meat - lamp and chicken.
I get angry quickly, find it difficult organising thoughts to speak, usually feel better after long walks & having cold showers/swim.
When it is wet season & I get flu it is the worst for me. Otherwise, I usually feel better but that is for at most 5 - 7 days before I am hit again.
kaletam last decade
kaletam last decade
In 2006 I suffered a 60db single-sided sudden sensorineural hearing loss, followed later by vertigo attacks and a diagnosis of Menieres Disease. I have since made a *full* recovery after suffering for 3 years. In my case these symptoms were the result a food allergy (which I have also recovered from).
I created a web site to document my own experience since it appears most ENTs have little idea about simple allergies (e.g. food, environmental) as one possible cause of significant & sudden hearing loss. [I can't post the URL on this site directly, but my user profile has it]
It includes scans of my hearing tests & allergy results.
( the House Ear Clinic - is an example of a medical practice that acknowledges the connection between allergies and hearing disorders. )
Good Luck & get well soon!
jhorowi1 last decade
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