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    Microsuction
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    Elliniki posted:
    For Mr. Moser:I had my ears microsuctioned 10 days ago. One ear since then feels clogged/muffled hearing. Went to 2 additional ENT's told they don't see anything wrong and don't know what is causing my hearing loss. I have reduced OAE in that ear. Just heard about someone reporting permanent hearing loss due to something called clarinetting - a high, piercing, whistling noise taking place during the suctioning. Well I had that clarinetting in the ear that now has clogged/muffled hearing. I didn't tell this to the doctors because I didn't know what that was called till now or that it should not have happened. What can you tell me about this clarinetting during my microsuctioning and is this hearing loss permanent or temporary? Also, will this result in furthest deterioration of hearing in that ear over time?


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