I am a month in to my new companion Mr T, I had my MRI scan and will see the ENT consultant on the 19/6/2017. Sadly, I am totally deaf in my left ear following an acoustic neuroma 30 years ago. During the day I have high pitched hissing and when I go to bed I get tubular bells playing high pitched constant tones? After posting on this sight Michael and a few others gave me some 'sound' advice and I began to accept these intrusions. However, this week my good ear not only has T but it feels like it;s bunged up. I had my ear cleaned by an ENT doctor a 2 weeks ago and I am sure there's no wax.
When I talk it sounds like I have my fingers in my ear and the noises vibrate or it's like I have water in them and base sounds are just heard?
Do any experienced T ers have this? is this the first sign of permanent deafness? I am a postman and when I ring a door bell I can't hear it, when people talk to me I cant grasp the sentence?
Just when I came to terms with these strange sounds in my head and started to have a positive attitude, I get this. Panic is now setting in and I'm back to square one.
Any advice please.