Acoustic Neuroma: Symptoms and Solutions

What Are The Symptoms Of Acoustic Neuroma?

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There are many symptoms associated with an acoustic neuroma. It is important to note that the intensity of one’s symptoms has nothing to do with how large the tumor is. Smaller ones can cause symptoms just as strong as larger ones. One of these symptoms is hearing loss, which typically occurs on one side and could be sudden or gradual. Hearing a ringing sound may also be an indicator and sometimes facial numbness will occur. Since ears play a significant role in the body’s ability to balance, a person with an acoustic neuroma will likely feel unsteady or dizzy on a regular basis.

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