Well, after two weeks I really like this Widex Dream 220 hearing aids. They are pretty close to my old Widex Senso hearing aids. At first it wasn't at the right setting and my mom sounded all bubbly but now after a some adjustments I am able to hear the higher sounds and it is much better now. The lady even added a music program where it allows me to hear music better and it does!! I no longer put the volume to maximum it is now around 15 level depending on the type of music that is.
I had my infusion treatment and it went along just fine. Today, however, I had the visual field testing for my eyes and my eye doctor seems to think I may have Usher's Syndrome. I will see if I can get more testing to make sure this is correct. Apparently, it seems I have some kind of tunnel vision going on there. I hope I won't lose my sight! I better learn braille just in case!
Need to go back to the deaf community because I have heard of Usher's syndrome and there even a sign name for it. but I maybe be confusing it with another medical term as well.
hmm getting hungry what's to eat?
Listening to: darn yapping dog!