For so many years I thought I was loosing my mind. That everyone else was right. That I had to be having "selective hearing". In the last 2 yrs. since seeing Dr. Jeff Brown in Portland Oregon I have come to understand that fluctuating hearing loss during various levels of vertigo/menieres episodes is quite normal. When it happens though I understand it and have learned to live through it it makes me want to cry. I don't know anyone who understand this and so very often the sounds and words just blen together like meaningless noise and then bamm the 'filters' for lack of a better word shift and certain sounds/words are easier to understand again. I suppose this is a big cause of my depression too.
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