When I was 4 or 5 I know I had a tube placed in my right ear. I honestly don't know what all the operation consist of, I'm suspecting for drainage or something of the sort.
The last few years have been brutal on my ears; they consist of weekly visits to night clubs, raves, and other obnoxiously loud places.
I half half the hearing left in my right ear as I do in my left, and everything I hear in my right ear is like bass amplified. For instances, If I take a phone call in my left ear the voice sounds normal, but my right will sound much deeper.
My problem with this, is that it effects MY voice as well. In a since, I can't judge my voice. To me it sounds way to deep, but when I record it, it sounds some what normal. It's also extremely hard to know what volume I'm talking at due to this problem. This results in me having major issues projecting my voice.
You think this is an infection of some sort? Open to any advice.
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