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Quite possibly, but if I were in your shoes I'd still take the chance.
They emit sounds that create a destructive interference with the external sound, resulting in less sound hitting your ear (hence the term "noise...
How long ago was your hearing loss/acoustic trauma?
For many existing treatments (prednisone, HBOT), time is of the essence.
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I suspect it's just a coincidence. I'd be more worried if you had a perforated ear drum, because the drops could now reach the middle ear and cochlea.
I doubt it's the drops. If you have an ear infection, then chances are that the negative impact your are seeing is from the infection itself, not...
Yes of course. Why couldn't it be possible?
Have a hearing test done at the audiologist and you will get a better idea.
Here are a few free items (one of which is Pink Noise).
Definitely legit enough to get some people to pay, as this very thread attests.
You wouldn't be the only one: pretty much everyone on this board would be buying one. It would be so awesome that the whole world would know about...
Yes it's possible: the ear drum isn't completely opaque. There is some transparency to it. You don't see very well through it, but generally...
I couldn't find anything on pubmed:
I was in your shoes last year for another type of surgery (stapedotomy), and I remember my morale back then, so I am sympathetic. I'm glad I did...
@iamredeemed - welcome, and sorry about your ordeal.
Stay away from loud sounds/noises for a while to give your ear a chance to heal. That...