How To Deal With Headaches And Hearing Loss?
Dear doctor, I just have to do the mvd surgery for TN right. The operation failed because when it was drilling the head, the neurosurgeon crashed into a vein so that the blood flowed out. drilled lg 1/2 cm to bwh from the first hole and blood poured out again. The operation was stopped because I lost a total of 500cc blood. The head was sewn “closed” and on the CT scan the results of large blood vessels that could not be on the DVD. what I feel right ear feels like there is pressure u0026amp; as closed. as well as dizzy head if to read / turn. then my question is interference on the ear u0026amp; dizziness is permanent or only temporary? if it is permanent, should surgery to eliminate dizziness and ear disorders? because before surgery I have no headache u0026amp; no ear disorders this severe.thx
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also concerned about your condition. There are various causes of headaches, ranging from those due to psychological disorders, injury to nerves, the influence of high blood pressure and so forth. But with your condition, it's difficult not to make the operation as a possible major cause of headaches, dizziness, and other complaints that you feel.
However, which aspects of the operation are the exact cause of the complaint you are feeling, we still cannot say for sure. That is to say, the complaint that you experience could be the impact of the recovery process of surgery (because people who pull out teeth, fish eye surgery, circumcision or even wart surgery can feel uncomfortable until a few days after the action, especially those of you whose head was drilled), it could also be because there are nerves and / or injured muscles, it could be because there is a buildup of blood that is pressing down on the tissue in the brain, it could be because there is an infection, or it could be because of the disease that was the reason for the initial action. So it is most likely caused by surgery, but which mechanism is still unclear.
So the future effect of whether this will happen forever or only temporarily and what you can do to handle it is still unclear. For this reason, we recommend that you immediately return to the doctor who took the action to you and submit this complaint. The doctor will do the examination and assess what is the cause, and how to treat it. If for one reason or another you cannot see the doctor, consult a neurosurgeon or at least a surgeon, who if possible at the same hospital. The point is fixed, an examination must be carried out.
Meanwhile, adequate rest, may take over-the-counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed, if the medication does not help or the complaints are very severe, do not hesitate to immediately consult a hospital emergency room, and manage stress well. So, hopefully answering your question.