Had my surgery in July of 2017 and still not getting any better. Whenever away from home I have to use a cane 100% of the time. About the time I think I can chuck the cane I have a bad near fall or actually fall. While at home I furniture surf. Wonky head episodes numerous times a day with falls and near falls several times a month. In the past, before surgery, I broke my arm and back due to unexplained falls. My last bad fall, post op, was backwards off my deck. I landed on my back in the yard. Luckily no broken bones this time. My eye sight is still a problem. I can no longer completely read the closed caption on the TV before it disappears. I had temporary facial paralysis, eye, choking (no gag reflex) and nasal drainage issues immediately post op. The facial paralysis cleared up but balance, eyesight issues, choking and nasal drainage have not gone away. My last visit with the surgeon did not go well. His advice on the choking and nasal drainage was to swallow more often and carry a handkerchief and blow my nose frequently. I'm not making that up. He was serious. Obviously I am done with him.
Are there others out there that are experiencing similar problems? By that I mean are they struggling with efforts to improve! I've been riding motorcycles for over 55 years and don't dare attempt it now. I haven't had my Indian out for a ride in three years.