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I did not have itchy ear, but I was instructed by my Doctor to avoid anything that would cause pressure on the inter ear. I was told not to blow my nose for like two weeks and if I had to sneeze, do so with a open mouth. I was told that pressure possibly could move the electrodes. With this in mind I would not try to scratch the ear. If it continues I would contact the Doctor. I am glad that you are doing well and hope the itchy ear problem go away shortly.
Hi all, I am home from getting my implant. Surgery went great and I have had no nausea or vertigo!, only mild discomfort. Praise God for the easy recovery. However, I do have a very itchy ear. Like, it itches in a deep part that you can't get to without hurting. It may be inside the cochlea. Is this normal? it doesn't feel hot, so I don't think it is infected.
My activation date is a while out - 1/9. I guess with the holidays and all. Looking forward to the use of my left ear.
Hope all is going well for you all.
Hi guys I was just swithed on today.Sounds are very very wierd.I can't understand 70% sound.Small sounds are very disturbing and speech are also like robot voice.Very wierd.What was your experience then???Speech voices are very funny (I am implanted in one ear only)