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  1. Default Eardrum blood blister

    Ouch!

    The flanged dome from the Widex Beyond dislodged from the receiver and stuck in my ear canal when I was out of town on a weekend trip. After flying back home, I got to the dr office and had it extracted. Very unpleasant experience, it took 3 attempts to get it out.

    Air hit my eardrum and I yelped. Then the NP looked in with the scope and said, "You have a blood blister on your eardrum, it looks like a tiny strawberry!" She said it would heal up in a couple of days. That was 7 weeks ago.

    It hasn't gone away. It has reduced in brightness, it has migrated, but it's still there and it's bothersome. Not as severely painful (9/10), just everpresent and sore (4.5/10). If the rogue dome didn't cause it, maybe the airplane ride did. Nonetheless, 7 weeks is a long time to suffer and there's no end in sight.

    Any guidance or suggestions?
    250...500....1k....2k....3k....4K....6k....8k
    -20----25----30---30---45---35---40---45 right
    -20----25----30---35---45---40---45---45 left

    WRS 100 / 96

    with constant non-pulsatile tinnitus

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    See an ENT.

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