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Sudden Hearing Loss following surgery?

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  • Hi. I would suggest a referral to a good neurosurgeon. Strange that the ER didn't do a referral for you.

    Good luck.
  • mikendadrammikendadra Posts: 1
    edited 01/21/2014 - 7:14 PM
    I had C5-7 fused - two of my nerves were crushed - so I woke up from surgery much improved. Almost exactly a month later I have lost most of the hearing in my left ear and have constant ringing. ENT does not feel it is related - thinks it is a virus settled in my nerve. treated with high dose oral streroids for 2 weeks - today had first injection in the ear - hearing a little better. I feel it must be related.

    Nice to read others coming to the same conclusion.
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