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  1. Hi all, I am scheduled to received a BoneBridge in a few weeks, which I'm very excited about as I've lived with conductive hearing loss in my left ear since I was in middle school. My question is - for those of you who received the surgery, how long after the surgery did you return to normal activities? I am wondering how much down time I should plan away from work (desk job from home) after the procedure date. Thanks very much!
  2. Haidee

    From South Africa

    Good day, My name is Haidee, I live in South Africa. I've been deaf on the left side al my life, but only got help after my one sin was born with Microtia/Atresia. I came across this group now, while searching for post-op information on the Bonebridge. I've had my Bonebridge inplant surgery two days ago, but today I'm in a huge amount of pain. Just wanted to talk to anybody else who have had the same operation, to confirm the pain level and try to understand what is normal. I don't want to run back to the doctors if it is normal. Thank you, Haidee
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