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PostSubject: Oliver   Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:09 pm

I fought from practically the day he was born til he turned 4.5 years old to have him diagnosed with a hearing problem.

We went through the theres nothing wrong, its a bit of glue, he'll grow out of it, its just where hes started walking he hasnt got the balance yet, its his feet, and yes we even had physiotherapy for that over 18 months.

with the physio it did help to correct the twisting of his little toes as he used to walk on the toe nails where they were that twisted, but obviously his balance was still way off.

His nursery were punishing him with NO milk and fruit and just giving him waterbecause he wouldnt listen, i tried telling them that he couldnt hear them, but i wasnt being heard.

We then got a fantastic male health visitor and i voiced my concerns to him, within 4 months we got the referral and our first appointment with the consultant. the consultant said at that appointment he was amazed Oliver could hear anything because his ears werent reading ANYTHING on their eqipment, his left ear was total flat line where it was that badly blocked. He was diagnosed with having enlarged adenoids and grade 3 tonsils. they said the course of action would be surgery to do adenoids and grometts but to leave in the tonsils for now.

We got an operation date for 6 months later.

The operation date came and i was so scared but it all came good in the end.

One year on and his grometts are falling out, his hearing amazing and his development is outstanding. he still has his days where he cant hear much but thats mainly when the glue is slightly stuck. But they shouldve fallen out by the end of this summer. And none of us can wait.
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PostSubject: Re: Oliver   Fri Jan 18, 2008 6:00 pm

Bless him hope he keeps up with his better hearing
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