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Hearing loss in my good ear?

Nick asks, "I had three exploratory surgeries for a persistent perilymph fistula in my right ear and as a result have severe hearing loss in this ear(which is understandable). Surprisingly, I have developed a moderate hearing loss in my good (left) ear that cannot be explained. Has anyone had a similar experience? My otolaryngologist is perplexed about this."

Constant sensation of motion

Member Nancy describes the following:

When sitting, standing, or walking, I experience the sense of motion you usually experience riding on a bus or subway.  I experience this motion constantly during waking hours.  I also have a constant sensation of plugged ears.  I've seen seven Doctors about it without any diagnosis.

What helped you or do you have any suggestions?

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