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    I agree bizarre post but since it has come up in my latest I thought I might check how your DH is doing?

    I had an ABI when I was 10 when i had a bad fall head first onto concrete. I too struggled with sounds closer than they were and also lost my sense of taste.

    Between 9 months and a year it started coming back and after 14 months was back to normal like it never happened.

    I hope the same goes for your hubby.

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    Thanks meld good to hear you had afast recovery!

    In terms of hearing, balance etc dh is all back to normal. He still has 'abi moments' but they are few and far between. I've just 9 days ago given birth to our first and I've noticed a change in him even in that time, he's got something to really focus on its great

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