Thanks for your reply.
I'm still unemployed and going to do the unemployment route and go for medical insurance. I guess my concern is seeking out Dr Rauch then getting bounced off to a neurologist in Mass when I was just doing the same thing at Yale. I've heard great things via post about Dr Rauch, just hoping he'll be the one treating me the entire time.
Does that make sense?
I also am looking toward the non medical vs medical as well.
The B2 has helped (for my ear pain), but I know there's more supplements to be recommended, however, I did notice the magnesium had caused reaction 45 mins or so after taking. I've read some other people were sensitive to magnesium supplements too and get it naturally through food now.
I'd also like to discuss medicine as well if there's nothing more I can try for supplements when it comes to that road.
Only reason I left Yale even though the neurologist was good with the 1st time I met him (he noticed left side weakness even tho the audiologist said it was fine). He told me this is forever and from what I can see with a lot of people there is an end road of success. That makes me doubt that he can help if he's already killing any doubt of hope for an end road. That may seem like a quick decision of me to make with that situation but it sounds like he hasn't dealt with many MAV people if he's saying forever. Hearing forever just put a bad taste in my mouth. That's my conclusion and I'd rather be in hands that have dealt with many individuals who had/have MAV and know there's an eventual out.