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Lori Martin

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Lori Martin last won the day on December 17 2019

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    Candidate for a hearing implant
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    Unknown / Prefer not to say
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    Unknown / Prefer not to say
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    Unilateral implant
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  1. Hi to here on hear peers Well I managed to get through the holidays. I was told by my implant manager to try and boost my processor up to level two to get used to someo of my surrounding. When I arrived at the function everything to me was so difficult to handle. So I was told to reduce my level back to one. I could hear some of each voice during this time but not to the best of clearily. They say this takes time and will be baby steps. I was so extremely exhausted from all but managed to get through. I am now back on level two with silence in the background. I don't know if any of you also had a balance issue but I do and learning as I go. I also had physical therapy whom asked if she could stay on board (absolutely.) She found that the Crystals were doing better where my processor is attached, but needless to say they are stuck on the other side. She calls this (BPPV) and I am most definitely working hard with all. It's now s low key time for me until I go back to Boston Medical Center and to be reavaluated along with my new equipment that has arrived. Hope all here on hear peers had a wonderful holiday season. I believe the year 2020 will be ours!! Thank you Lori
  2. Hi to here in hear peers I am so grateful for all who has connected here with so many. Yesterday I returned to Boston Medical Center for another three hour session and had my processor reprogrammed, for I just couldn't hear at all. It's better now and I am in stages 1,2,3,4. I could not thank enough for the surgeon and my implant supervisor for all they have done but just for myself but others as well. They say it's baby steps through our journey that indeed. Merry Christmas to all here in hear peers. Lori
  3. Hi I have been reading so much here at hearpeers. Absolutely wonderful!! I as well have been doing journaling on myself. It's so amazing what your unquie journey (story is all about.)
  4. Thank you Marybeth !! It's just so different Water running Sneezing Flushing the toilet I can go on and on. Lori
  5. I had tears some but when I can hear more clearly that's when I will probably break down. Just keeping the faith!
  6. Hi to all here at hearpeers To try an answer all your questions to the best of my ability I will do my best. First I had a hearing test completed, then my implant manager worked with the sounds with my processor. Holly Molly I could actually hear her voice but with noise in the background. She explained that will calm down eventually in time. My processor is flat and the other equipment they are resending back and giving me new up to date technology. Yay!! I had my implant process done at Boston Medical Center at the moakley building. Right now I am trying to learn my sounds with the background noise it's diffiently different to say the least. But I still have aways to go as you all here had too. I am also working with my remote to control my levels of sounds. I have completed stage 1,2 and now up to three. I will go to level four over the weekend so it's not overwhelming.
  7. Hi to all here at hearpeers Today I am in my way to Boston to meet with my implant manager today is initial activation day. I am somewhat nervous!! Thank you Lori
  8. Hi to hearpeers Question ? After you had your surgery did any of you experience verdigo and dizziness along with being nausea. Been sick every single day 😫 Verdigo seems to be getting better, but the dizziness is just there. Does this take time?
  9. Hearpeers I made it through the first step. Surgery was three hours. I am home resting and will have to take it easy for at least a month. Next is activation on December 9th. Then more follow ups. December, January, March Hopefully I am done after that. Thank you all for being here on this forum. Lori
  10. Hi Nischal Koirala My implant of choice was Implant SYNCHRONY FLEX 28 with a back up FLEX 24 implant. Sound Processor 1. Round 2 light brown color & 1. SONNET in Nordic Grey color option Coil Cable Nordic Grey Color Magnet Strength 1. 4 and 1. 5 Nordic Coil Cover Color. Rechargable Batteries 2 Standard + 2 Micro Rechargable Kit, 1 Sonnet Battery Frame Accessories Roger Pen/ 21 (Nordic Grey) I was also chosen a Magnetic processor as well. I am single sided deafness with low hearing on the left. I do have a process disorder along with this and doing the best I can with all. It has been hard extremely work to say the least. But hey I got this. May I ask how long your surgery was? Your not alone! Lori
  11. Hi Nischal Koirala Congratulations! Yes a little nervous and excited at the same time. You got this! I have my implant process for November 19 @ Boston Medical Center. How was your healing process? I receive my activation on December 9th along with follow ups. Welcome to hear peers! Lori
  12. Hi all to hearpeers I don't know but getting nervous for I head to Boston tomorrow for cochlear implant surgery on Tuesday @ 7:00 am. Holly Molly!! I am trying so hard to be excited but the anxiousness is so taking over. Keeping the faith Ms. Lori
  13. Hi to hearpeers Getting somewhat nervous but trying to be with excitement aling the way. I do have a question? Any one here ever had implant failure? I will be diffiently keep all in the loop. Lori
  14. Hi Marybeth Thank you so much for your assistance. Lori
  15. Hi Marybeth Yes when I was in Boston last week my implant manager offered another choice of implant, which I will have two processors. Through med - El Device selected Implant Synchrony flex 28 with a back up flex 24 implant. Sound Processors 1. Rondo2 light brown color & 1. SONNET in Nordic Grey color option. Coil Cable Nordic Grey Color Magnet strength (1) 4 and(1) 5 Nordic Grey color cover color. Rechargable batteries 2 standard + 2 Micro Rechargable kit, 1 SONNET Battery Frame Accessories Roger Pen / Roger 21 (Nordic Grey) Document pack English I also choice another with magnets.
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