I have no idea how a physician decides what kind of tube and how long to leave it in. Sounds like he has a good projection and outlook for you if he's calling for 2-3 months. Sure, it's not 2 weeks like you want, but it's a helluva lot better than 6+ months. I'd say just be religious about adhering to your precautions. I hope that all goes well!jtan wrote: maybe, somehow doctors can choose what tubes to use because different tubes have different span of time being at the eardrum?
Outpatient visits are USUALLY office visits...in and out, as opposed to being in the hospital.jtan wrote:when you say outpatient procedure that means another surgery, anesthesia, and so on?
my hearing stopped improving, so i think i'll have to wait until the tube fall out to experience some improvement again. i read somewhere that perforation do cause some degrades in hearing.
F1Pilot wrote:Is your avatar a hamster or a gerbil?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest
|All Content is Copyright (c) 2001-2016 CDRLabs Inc.|