To all -
As you can see I haven't written in a while. Ã‚Â I had gotten scared on some of the replies back to my email about how I can still get dry eyes so I stopped going onto this site. I guess I was afraid to hear what else could happen. Ã‚Â I never did get the dry eyes and I am now 5 weeks since my surgery (8/30). Ã‚Â Getting use to being deaf on my right ear is still hard for me.
I still have some slight balance problems and sometimes I feel strange with my eyes while walking. Ã‚Â I'm not experiencing any dizziness, I see very clear, but yet do not feel fully focused. Ã‚Â It hard to really explain this feeling. Ã‚Â Some days it's better than others. Ã‚Â I still have some head and ear pains (though this is finally getting better). Ã‚Â Motrin helped the best. Ã‚Â I have read on this site about people using a Memory Foam Pillow.. Ã‚Â I have gone into some surgical places, but there are so many different types, that I am interested in anyone using this type of pillow - what kind did you buy and did it really help the pain.
I sometimes wonder how my balance will be back to normal for me to be able to go back to work. Ã‚Â My doctor has said it could take up to 12 weeks for this to happen since my tumor was small 1 cm. Ã‚Â I have to take the bus and train and work full time, part time is no option for me.
Hope to hear from someone soon.