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Lori Martin

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    Candidate for a hearing implant
  • Implanted
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  • Hearing Loss Type
    Unknown / Prefer not to say
  • Cause of Hearing Loss
    Unknown / Prefer not to say
  • Pre/post lingual Hearing Loss
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  • Uni/bilateral Implant
    Unilateral implant
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    United States

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  1. Hi Marybeth I haven't but it's worth a shot to see if they could fix vestibular hairs that have been completely damaged.
  2. Hi everyone I have a question about single sided deafness. I realize that many of you have permimnent damage of vestibular hairs. I lost my hearing do to this, this is why I have no hearing at all on my right side. I am ready for the Cochlear implant which I will no more real soon. They are working on the paperwork. I guess my question is if I went out of the country would any of you know if they could fix the damage? Instead of a Cochlear implant. Thank you Lori
  3. Hi Mary Beth Yes my team is saying that I am ready for the next level. I will diffiently keep you posted. Thanks
  4. Hi everyone It's been awhile since I wrote. I'm hanging in there with all. I had a question for single sided deafness which I am. I have been going through med. Psychiatry and therapy to be ready. Now they are saying that my insurance may deny. I have Maine care and Medicare any of you out there ever had this issue. My team is so behind me with all. Now I am basically just waiting. Ty
  5. Hi everyone It's been awhile and some struggles along the way. Many testing. But overall doing good. Had hearing tests completed to basically rule illnesses out for the unbalance and dizziness that I'm currently dealing with. The Psychiatry that is working with me say that I'm ready for the Cochlear implant. It's been a year and going into five months. I now have a new therapist that just got on board. I believe I'm just awaiting for a call from my implant manager. Thank you Lori
  6. Hi Mary Beth My chose was round 2. Thank you Lori
  7. Hi Mary Beth Yes I have asked my CI team. I just need to be mind, body, healthy ready before under going this type of surgery. I'm just waiting for my CI specialist to contact me. Thank you Lori
  8. I have already picked out my Implant of chose, which is med El. I went with simple! There were many to choose from. But med El was the best for my chose. Thank you Lori
  9. Hi Mary Beth May I ask what are the steps? I'm in Psychiatrist and they say I need to be mind, body, healthy. Thank you Lori
  10. Hi I'm hoping someone out there can answer a question of mine. Was wondering how long did each individual have to wait upon the Cochlear implant process? I believe I am at the best I can be by going into this. It's been one year and two months for I had other complications that had arised. But doing better with all! Thanks Lori
  11. Hi The reason why they directed myself in this particular situation is because I carry dizziness and I'm currently off balance. I am on medication to help but not completely. My understanding is they are perparing myself before and after. I am just awaiting!! Thanks
  12. Hi Everyone I am new to this and I have questions to ask 1. How long did you all have to wait until you could actually recieve the Impant ? What was your porcess? Did you have to gain Med. Psychiatrist / psychiattrist? I am close on this and told to go into this with EXCITMENT. Thank You Lori
  13. Hi Lynn Agnes I am currently in psychiatry and med psychiatry to perpare me for this, I do as well have two more appointments with them to see if I'm Mind, Body, Heathly ready. In the beginning stage my team mentioned that I wasn't ready. I am doing better since they had helped me with the depression and anxiety of this. They have seen a great imnprovemnent within mysself. Its been allot of hard work. Thank you Lori
  14. Hi Lynn Agnes I was introduced to this forum by my Cochlear Implant Manager. I do agree with you on the loss of hearing, (Myseslf just Dumbfounded) this took a toll on myself. Not knowing where your sound is coming from makes this a challenge, and most certianly has it's fair of struggles. I'm also battling a balance disorder and using my eyes as my (conpensatiion.) I have read so much material for the Cochlear Implant. The tears that I carry within just to know that iIhave a fantastic team working with myself. I realize this is a process and everyone has thier own journey to tell. Thank you Lori
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