I am a possible candidate for a clinical trial for RSD. The only holdback would be that currently I am unable to have an MRI. I have Robinson Stainless Steel in my right ear from a stapendectomy from the early 1990's. If I have it removed and another stapendectomy to replace it, I would be able to have an MRI in the future. It would also allow me to be tested for MS. The downside is I would lose about 15-20% of my hearing in that ear. I only hear about 90% anyway. The left ear which had a stapendectomy in the late 90's left me with 75% hearing. My question: would you go for the surgery?
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