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I had SSHLin one ear 6 weeks ago with tinnitus

I had SSHLin one ear 6 weeks ago with tinnitus in that ear ..I have had 3 hearing tests no hearing at all. MRI clear and did high dose steroids. Audiology looked in both ears and my affected ear the eardrum appeared blackish ?? we weren't sure why....
Fri, 26 Oct 2018
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