Autophony– person’s own speech or other self-generated noises (e.g. heartbeat, eye movements, creaking joints, chewing) are heard unusually loudly in the affected ear Dizziness/ vertigo/ chronic disequilibriumcaused by the dysfunction of the superior semicircular canal Tullio phenomenon– sound-induced vertigo, disequilibrium or dizziness, nystagmus and oscillopsia
- Pulse-synchronous oscillopsia
- Hyperacusis – the over-sensitivity to sound
- Low-frequency conductive hearing loss
A feeling of fullness in the affected ear
- Pulsatile tinnitus
I struck out the things I wrote specifically about as far as I can tell. Want to get the descriptions in before December. So…
Pulse-synchronous oscillopsia. Yep, that’s the little dot in my eye that goes ping ping ping or ponk ponk ponk except with a little dot I can see instead of a sound but what’s really the difference between dots and sounds and touches.
Hyperacusis, over sensitivity to sound. Yeah. I think I’ve complained about the sound of my typing. And anything else I hear.
Low-frequency conductive hearing loss. I often wonder if it’s my hearing that’s worse or just the amount of other things I hear that make it harder to hear what’s around me. there you have it.
Fatigue. Yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. Oh yeah.
Headache/migraine. That was what started it all. The quest to find out why my head has been hurting since May of this year.
There. All symptoms written. Sorta. Mostly.
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