I remember getting to the 6 month mark getting my MRI and expecting to see early signs of death in a darkened blob.
So was quite disappointed to see a significantly bigger blob and no darkening or change whatsoever in its consistancy.
At two years its now shrinking... but still no change in texture.
So what does it all mean?
The experts tell me absolutely nothing, necrosis, no necrosis, swelling, no swelling.
As long as it has reached its maximum size at 2 years, its a successful treatment.
So don't be in anyway disheartened like I was when at 6 months it was bigger and showed no sign of death whatsoever.
As for hearing, you may get lucky.
I had similar problems with noisy environments for many months and greatly diminished hearing.
My hearing was pretty useless post Cyberknife, and had been on a downhill slide for a few months prior.
My hearing improved for 24 months post Cyberknife across all frequencies and almost made it back to my original hearing.
I have since lost some hearing after a bout of sudden hearing loss, but my hearing is still considered within the normal range.
Since the bout of hearing loss in late July my hearing has slowly been returning once again, and is still improving.
So fingers crossed things may improve with your hearing even 27 months out like me.