The beginning was a hearing test, that was easy. Then came the mask type thing that you wear over one eye (I think they make ones for both eyes but my doctor's office didn't have that one). You sit on a table and watch a red dot move around and the mask lets you see out of one eye and the other eye is covered and it has a camera that records eye movement. Then you are moved into different positions and sometimes with your eye covered but open and you have to stare at a spot. The worst part was the end where they blow cold air into each ear (one at a time) and you are laying back with eye covered but open. You get really dizzy. It doesn't hurt, but it is uncomfortable and you feel the pressure. Then they do the same thing with warm air and that is worse than the cold air. Good luck!
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