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  1. Hi I suffered a SAH on 20th May. I've been discharged from hospital just over 3 weeks now and so glad I've found this site. The thing I've noticed about SAH is the lack of info about what you could be experiencing and no-one professional to ask is this normal how I'm feeling etc. i think I've done really well considering some of the stories I've read, but there's one thing I'm hoping someone can answer. Ive not had too many headaches but I'm walking around from the minute I get up as if I'm permanently drunk which is affecting my balance, I would like to point out that I do wear hearing aids and when I was well enough to wear them I noticed my right ear seems to be affected but not seen any consultants to ask a question. My doctor said wait before seeing my audiologist in case of swelling. Is this a normal reaction and if so does it correct itself, I am aware it's early days yet!