My initial symptoms were one sided tinnitis and difficulty hearing. However, hearing tested almost normal. I used to have this pressure feeling like my eardrum was fluttering. Now that the tumor is larger, the tinnitis is louder (although that may be just that I notice it more), that fluttering feeling no longer occurs but has been replaced with a clicking noise. If I do activity such as situps, I can actually feel it shift back and forth. Also I've gotten a bit clumsy. Not dizzy but just mild coordination problems. After reading something on this forum about vision compensating for balance, I put night lights throughout the house. That helped greatly. The clumsiness is worse when I'm tired. The last audiogram showed slightly more hearing issues at high and low frequencies (originally was just with low). That's pretty much it. I've tried to keep a sense of humor about all of this, calling the tumor a little alien and such, but at times it's been difficult. Now that I've finally decided on treatment, some of the mental pressure has lifted thank goodness.