When i was younger i went through a surgery that removed everything in my right ear they even scraped part of my bone that separates my ear and skull. After the surgery I had to learn how to walk again, couldn't get up and go to the bathroom by myself for a while. I am now 36 years old and experiencing many symptoms. From bleeding, smelly discharge dizziness, all i have to do is tilt my head the right way and stuff just starts pouring out. Headaches, I often laugh at how I can feel like I am naturally feeling like I am on some kind of drug when i am not. Lately my family and kids say that i am getting louder when i talk and the tv has to be really loud. I really feel like i can't live a normal life anymore. Just don't know whats wrong and i don't know how to deal with my life anymore. raccoon eyes and headaches make me want to hide from the world. Ringing in my ears make me feel like i'm going crazy. Whats up with all this.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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