Hi all, I’ve got a question. I had an embolization in January (the fourth major one over the last 40 years. Yes, forty, I’m old. LOL.
Until this one, I was able to return to pretty much normal life within weeks. This one, well, November 30 will be 10 months and the docs still don’t know if I’ll get any improvement. I think they did a major amount of damage to a number of my cranial nerves.
But that’s not why I’m writing right now, I have a very specific question. Maybe two or three times a day, for a varying length of time, when I say something, my own voice will vibrate up thru the bones in my head and up to the top of my skull. It is a very uncomfortable if not painful thing. The second I stop talking the pain drops but it’s like it goes from a 2 to a 7 to a 2.5 to a 7 to a … and if I go to a meeting at church and it is doing that by the end of the meeting I’m straight 8’s all the way around.
My kids tell me I’m one of a kind (and I don’t think they mean it in a nice way - at least not the teenagers - LOL) anyone else have something like that or any ideas?