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EJCochlearVolunteer

EJ Cochlear Awareness Network Ambassador

I have had my Implant since 6 December 2005 and I do not wear an aid.  I lost my hearing while serving in the U.S. Army. I was in...

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High Fives: 46

Abigael

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High Fives: 20

grammaK

grammaK (Karen)

     Although I didn't go to have my hearing tested until I was 38 years old, I now know I was not hearing what others were hearing...

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High Fives: 65

doverdam

Corgijack

I was born with normal hearing in both ears and enjoyed that world until I was in my mid 20's and noticed a loss in one ear which seemed...

High Fives: 27

grannyapples

MargoK-Cochlear Volunteer Ambassador

I am a cochlear implant old timer! I am an adopted child with no known family history. My initial hearing loss with no hearing in my...

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High Fives: 97

Rustycms

Rustycms~ Cochlear Awareness Network Ambassador

I have been Hearing Impaired all my life (nerve deafness, they said at the  audiologist) , a teacher noticed when I was 10, because I...

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High Fives: 93

TarHeel

Stuart N - Cochlear Ambassador

In 1989 I started having periodic severe (knee-walking, commode hugging) vertigo attacks.   I was 47 years old at that time.  On two...

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High Fives: 56

BenR

BenR

Hello, I accidently left my information setting on semi-private by mistake. I am 49 years old and was implanted with a Nucleus 5 in my...

High Fives: 19

Foxteam

Ruth Fox

My progressive hearing loss started when I was born as a result of mitochondrial myopathy. It started out mild to moderate in toddler...

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GregWhite

Greg White - Engagement Manager

According to the first doctor my parents consulted about my suspected hearing loss when I was eight months old, I would never be able to...

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High Fives: 7

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