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My child has a problem of hearing, and after some medical checkup I was told that his hearing is too slow its up to 90 percent so what can I do.
Hi, I recently had a hearing test (results summarised below), which indicated mild hearing loss at the 4k Hz level. The audiologist said not to worry about it, protect my ears going forward and it will very unlikely worsen. He even mentioned that it may reverse itself, especially if blood flow is promoted to the corti. For reference I am only 32 years old, so I understand any recording above the 20DB mark is not ideal. The values are for 250, 500, 1k, 2k, 4k and 8k Hz levels LEFT = 10, 5, 15, 20, 25, 20 (air conduction) LEFT = n/a, 10, 10, 20, 25, n/a (bone conduction) RIGHT = 15, 10, 15, 15, 30, 15 (air conduction) So my direct questions are: 1. Is it likely that this level of hearing loss will impact me significantly in my daily social and work (office) life? 2. Is it likely that my hearing loss will not worsen provided I do not expose myself to excessive sounds (excluding any age related hearing loss as I get older)? 3. Are my audiologist's comments that "it may even reverse itself" accurate? 4. How can I best promote blood flow to the ear, and in particular the corti, to potentially help any recover? Many thanks for your help. Kind regards
Sir, I am 22 years old and I'm unable to hear what my parents and others talking properly I hardly hear some words from them but I'm not able to hear ,eg. When my bro make a phone call for me to talk to me I didn't even know it's ringing and I started talking this is my problem what will I do get rid of this I'm married recently and it became a huge problem for me please help me sir.
I have 115 dbh profound hearing loss in my right ear. One ent specialist told me we can not do any good thing on that ear. But I have doubt. She told my nerves are gone weak. But will I be able to listen with help of cochlear implants?
Hearing loss is a common sensory problem that generally develops with increasing age or due to prolonged or persistent exposure to loud noises. It is one of the most typical problems that occurs throughout the world. If you are suffering from partial hearing loss, you may find ways of keeping in touch with your family and friends. If you-re not suffering from such the following may help you keep your hearing intact for years to come.
Types of Hearing Loss -
There are two main types of hearing loss:
1. Conductive Hearing Loss where the problem lies in the middle ear, ear drum or ossicles.
A conductive hearing loss affects the passage of sound between the ear drum and the inner ear. Sound passes down the ear canal to the ear drum and through the middle ear, where the sound is transmitted across the middle ear by the three bones called the ossicles to the inner ear.
Causes of Conductive Hearing Loss-
1. Malformation of outer ear, ear canal, or middle ear structures
2. Fluid in the middle ear from colds
3. Ear infection (otitis media - an infection of the middle ear in which an accumulation of fluid may interfere with the movement of the eardrum and ossicles
5. Poor Eustachian tube function
6. Perforated eardrum
7. Benign tumors
8. Impacted earwax
9. Infection in the ear canal
10. Foreign body in the ear
2. Sensorineural Hearing Loss where there is damage in the inner ear, cochlea or hearing nerve.
Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) occurs when there is damage to the inner ear (cochlea), or to the nerve pathways from the inner ear to the brain. Most of the time, SNHL cannot be medically or surgically corrected. This is the most common type of permanent hearing loss.
Causes of Sensorineural Hearing Loss -
1. Exposure to loud noise
2. Head trauma
3. Virus or disease
4. Autoimmune inner ear disease
5. Hearing loss that runs in the family
6. Aging (presbycusis)
7. Malformation of the inner ear
8. Meniere's Disease
Coping with Hearing Loss
Antibiotics and eardrops are often prescribed to treat hearing loss and its symptoms. In many cases, people suffering from severe hearing loss use hearing aids. Hearing aids are tiny instruments that people use in their ears to make sounds louder. People who suffer from hearing loss cope with their problems through increased concentration and focus. The usual way involves reading the moving lips of the person while they talk. Prevention is better than cure and is the best solution to avoid long term hearing loss. Avoiding continuous loud noises, to the possible extent helps prevent hearing loss to a great extent.
Hi, My father is facing hearing problem from 2 Weeks he also went to a doctor and the doctor advice him to take a 10 Day's course and in the in the report he mentioned that the problem is the vein is in which transfer information to the brain is not working.
I am suffering from minerie disease forest 7 years. Now the vertigo subside but there is continuous ringing sound and also hearing dicorate. Now 40 to 60 decibel hearing loss means moderate hearing loss. I just want to know how to improve hearing and also how to stop ringing in the ear.
Hearing loss is not something limited to elderly men or elderly women only. This is something that can affect any adult at any stage of life. The good news is that it can be managed. Today, there are a number of hearing aids that can help improve hearing ability. These aids allow an individual who has lost part of his or her hearing to live a normal life. For best results, hearing loss should be arrested in its early stages.
- Muffled Speech: When you hear people talk, their speech should be clearly identifiable. If you hear muffled noises that you have to interpret as words, it could be a sign of hearing loss.
- Difficulty understanding words: The human ear has the ability to separate conversational sounds from ambient noise. However, in some cases where the inner ear is damaged, a person might find it difficult to separate the two. In such cases, the person might not be able to understand words clearly as they get confused with background noise. This is a sign that must never be taken lightly.
- Feeling the need to ask people to repeat themselves: Once in a while if you find yourself asking another person to repeat what he or she said, there is nothing to worry. However, if this becomes a regular occurrence and happens with many people, then the fault lies in your hearing. Thus, if you notice yourself needing to ask people to repeat themselves or talk slowly, consult a hearing specialist.
- Increasing the volume of the radio or television: As children, we are taught that playing music or watching TV at a very high volume can damage the ears. The radio, television and other such appliances should be played at a volume where the information being relayed is clearly audible and people can have a conversation alongside without needing to shout. If you find yourself having to increase the volume constantly, it could be a sign of hearing loss.
- Withdrawing from conversations: As hearing loss is aggravated, people begin to feel conscious of having to ask others around them to repeat themselves or talk slowly. This can make them withdraw from a conversation and other social situations. In many cases, the simple reason for avoiding a party could be the discomfort of not being able to hear the other person clearly in a conversation.
All hearing problems can be better handled by proper investigation, different test, sign and symptoms of the patient, which are carried by a specialist of hearing, called as Audiologist, who can look your hearing problems, plan out treatment plan, rehabilitation pre and post etc. Audiologist will definitely help you hear again.