Are you referring to the symptoms on the charts by Wackym and Black?
Possibly, but which part?
Interesting. I’m not sure why it went that way for you. There’s a great page here on delayed hydrops by Dr. Hain:
Interesting. It may have been some sort of inner healing, or—of course—the brain compensating. The compensating thing seems to happen better when there’s unilateral damage; bilateral really has the potential to wreak havoc:
Here’s Dr. Hain talking about bilateral vestibular loss:
It’s great how our bodies have redundancy. When it fails, it’s horrifying.
I had pretty severe sudden suction trauma to one ear which was followed by a constellation of symptoms consistent with PLF, minus objective hearing loss.
One month later, my opposite ear began building with a deep pressure, which was only relieved on its own when the sensation of rather profuse fluid leaking from the opposite ear down into my neck happened. That’s when the insane headaches began, and they haven’t let up.
How did your ear injury happen?