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I am new to this forum but I hope somebody can put my mind at rest.
Just before Christmas last year, after a really bad sinus infection, I was left with Tinnitus in my left ear. Because I only had it in one ear, my doctor sent me for an MRI scan, to rule out an Acoustic Neuroma. Thank goodness, it came back negative.
About six weeks ago, I bent down late one evening to pick something up, and the room spun round. Since then, I can't sleep on my left side (Tinitus side) without the room spinning. I also still have to be careful when I look down.
I am fine sleeping on my good side, and I don't appear to have any hearing loss, but do get a little earache, in that ear.
I am now scared that a year on, an Acoustic Neuroma has developed, or that something was missed when I had the MRI scan.
Has anybody else experienced similar.
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