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Woman’s Emotions, First Time She Heard Voice in 40 years.

40-year-old Joan Milne (Joanne Milne) was born with Usher syndrome. Joan severe case of deafness in which conventional hearing aids can not help her, so she decided to install a cochlear implant, which would allow her to hear again. Four weeks after surgery, the woman for the first time included the unit and she experienced a storm of untold emotions.

Joan Milne was born with Usher syndrome, which is characterized by progressive hearing loss and vision loss

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Cochlear implantation is performed when conventional hearing aids are no longer able to help

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4 weeks after the first cochlear implant Joan included machine

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Joan said it was the most emotional and stunning moment of her life

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You can see how the cable goes into the hair under the skin where the device is installed, which can convert the signals into electrical impulses that are understandable to the nervous system

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Joan acquired hearing and incredibly happy

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One Response to Woman’s Emotions, First Time She Heard Voice in 40 years.

  1. I cant understand why my wife age 43 and profoundly deaf from birth has been told this week that she cant have an implant because she cant speak properly this was done with out any medical checks im just wondering could joane speak properly before her operation

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