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Dr. Sunil Patil

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Dr. Sunil Patil is an experienced Audiologist in Western Express Highway, Mumbai. He is currently practising at Speciality ENT Hospital in Western Express Highway, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Sunil Patil on Lybrate.com.

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I have cold since 5 days. I can feel that my hearing experience lower then regular due to cold what to do?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi. Take homoeopathic medicine - schwabe's alpha-nc and alpha-cf - both thrice daily for 4 days. Use bakson's nasal-aid spray/ 1-2 sprays after every 4 hours. S management: - avoid cold drinks and fried food, take healthy food. -avoid exposure to air-conditioner or cold air. -take steam-inhalation once before going to bed. -take enough sleep and rest.
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My right ear nerve is damaged due to loud sound of DJ in a small place. A ENT Doctor told me that it is not curable. It irritates me as I hear couple of sounds together. It creates zoooom when I smoke and in noisy area. Doctor gave me medicine GUDMENSIA but not effective. Another doctor gave me medicine Tab ANNEAL-3. Again No relaxation. Kindly suggest.

MBBS, Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology (DLO), DNB (ENT)
ENT Specialist, Bangalore
My right ear nerve is damaged due to loud sound of DJ in a small place. A ENT Doctor told me that it is not curable. ...
Very sorry to hear this. DJ working in very loud music should wear ear plugs and protect their ears. But if already nerve loss has started then nothing can be done for this. But preserving further loss of hearing becomes more imp. Kindly meet ENT doctor. There is no treatment for the damage already been caused.
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I am hearing a whistling sound in my left ear since from february end of this year. Please prescribe me medicine for cure.

M.D in Acupunture
Audiologist, Mumbai
Good evening sir, whistling sounds are known as tinnitus n for tinnitus you have to take acupuncture treatment. All you can do is show to a audiologist and ask them for any treatment.
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I am 24 years male and a have some hearing problem from 6 years, that only from when I attacked" chicken pox" actually I suffered with" chicken pox" for 3 times, main problem to me is I understand others words only face to face, it is problem to me talk over phone, I went to many hospitals, but all they said this rare case nd we can't do any thing no solution, I try for hearing aid, but there no use by them, so doctors also hearing aids are not worked in this situation, actually I cmpltd b-tech and searching for job right now, it is main problem to me while talking over phone thats y I didn't get job, please solve my problem.

M. S. in Psychotherapy and Counselling
Psychologist, Jaipur
I am 24 years male and a have some hearing problem from 6 years, that only from when I attacked" chicken pox" actuall...
hi, I can understand your feelings. But if the doctors are suggesting that your problem is irreversible then don't fight with it. Just accept it. You have tried your best. Now it's time to concentrate on your strength not on your weakness. Find a job which is suitable to your present health condition. Now a days many options are available. Keep Helen Keller or Prof. Stephen Hawking's example in your mind. When they can why can't you. All the best regards Sunita
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Hearing Test - 6 Signs You Need It!

MBBS, Diploma In Otorhinolaryngology (DLO)
ENT Specialist, Bangalore
Hearing Test - 6 Signs You Need It!

Here are 6 signs to watch out for that could indicate 'You need to get your Ears tested':

1. Your TV is blaring: Do you often find people around you shouting above the TV sound complaining that it's too loud? When you find it hard to hear the TV at the average volume and find yourself turning up the sound, this could signify a hearing loss. Doctors are seeing a growing number of patients visiting them after prolonged exposure to loud music and sounds.

2. You find it hard to hear phone conversations: Do you find yourself asking the person on the other end of the phone line to 'repeat' themselves, or find yourself pressing the phone instrument right into your ear? If you are trying so hard to hear, you might find yourself missing out on bits of the conversation as focussing to clearly hear the conversation is exhausting work. Getting a hearing test might be a good option if this sounds like you.

3. You have trouble hearing in noisy environments: When you are out dining with friends or family at a busy restaurant or accompanying a friend shopping in a busy street, all that background noise makes it difficult to hear what the people are saying. People with hearing loss often have problems masking out background noise.

4. Family members telling 'you're going deaf'?: Trust the views of the people closest to you, they never lie about your health. Family members often are the first to sense signs of hearing loss as they find themselves repeating things to you or calling out louder to get your 'attention'.

5. You find yourself staying away from social occasions, family gatherings or avoid being the first to start conversations

6. You find yourself leaning closer to people to follow the conversation or staring at their lips trying to lip-read what's being said. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an ENT specialist.

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My left ear hearing is loss 102% according to test this happen 9 years ago due to mumps in with I loss my hearing now the problem is whenever I got cold my left ear feels heavy not vertigo but heavy ness or some heavy rounding sensation doctor prescribed me sturgeon tablet its help me I had only one tab what does it means I have meniere diseases?

MSc - Audiology, BSc - Speech & Hearing
Audiologist, Ghaziabad
My left ear hearing is loss 102% according to test this happen 9 years ago due to mumps in with I loss my hearing now...
Hi, Lybrate user, as per your description you may be having Sensorineural hearing loss in your left ear. What happens in cold is due to middle ear infection. Actually due to cold sometimes it leads to middle ear infection, due to which you may feel blocking sensation as well as slight pain also. So better to see an ENT specialist. Thanks.
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I am 18 year old. And this question is not only for me but also for all teenagers who use earphone or headphone. So how can it effect it us, can it decrease the power of hearing. And what is advantages, or disadvantages of it.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am 18 year old. And this question is not only for me but also for all teenagers who use earphone or headphone. So h...
Continue Increase in the intensity of the sound damages the position of the tympanic membrane which is very thin and sensitive and hence our hearing gets affected
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I am 47 years old .From last 2 years, I am unable to feel smell through my nose. But sometimes, I feel smell for a short period.

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Ayurveda, Karnal
Start pratimarsha nasya with Anu Taila. Along with that also start Karnapooran with sehchar tail. Very useful. Consult some ayurvedic doctor in your area.
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What causes hearing loss? + How to ensure you can help it as you age

MS - ENT, MBBS
ENT Specialist, Delhi
What causes hearing loss? + How to ensure you can help it as you age

The partial or total inability to hear is known as hearing impairment or hearing loss. It can be present at birth, or develop later in life.

There are a number of factors, which may cause hearing loss

1. Age - Age is the biggest factor when it comes to the loss of hearing, and you may lose the ability to hear as you age. This condition is known as presbycusis. It becomes difficult to understand high-frequency sounds like that of a child or a woman when you get old.

2. Noise - When you are exposed to loud noises for a prolonged period of time, it damages your ears. This leads to loss of hearing. 5% of the total population of the world is affected by noise (the degree of suffering varies). It may be a result of continuous exposure to loud music or a sudden exposure to a loud noise like an explosion.

3. Hereditary disorders - Hearing disorder may be inherited by the dominant or recessive genes of parents in the child. 70-80% of these cases inherit from the recessive genes, whereas 20-25% inherit hearing loss from the dominant genes.

4. Trauma - Serious injuries of the head/ears may cause loss of hearing, which may be either temporary or permanent. When damage is caused to the brain, the brain fails to process the message conveyed by the ears. So even if the ears are totally functional, a person may face the problem in hearing.

5. Perinatal problems - The ototoxic effects on the fetus due to excess intake of alcohol during pregnancy lead to hearing the loss in about 64% of the infants born to alcoholic mothers.

Also, premature birth can be associated with hearing loss due to high risk of being exposed to noise in neonatal units.

Knowing about the causes of hearing loss can lead you a step closer to preventing this disorder as you age.

Here are some useful tips that can help prevent hearing loss:

1. Be more aware - You should be diligent and aware of the situations, which may risk your hearing ability and should try to avoid such situations as much as possible. Limit your exposure to sources of hazardous noises like firearms, firecrackers, concerts and clubs.

2. Take precautionary measures - If your occupation calls for working at an environment of loud noises, use earplugs or earmuffs to block out the excessive noise. Also, make sure that you work in a place where employers take all the necessary measures of noise control under the federal or state regulations.

3. Monitor your use of gadgets - Monitor and control the use of hearing devices, and try to reduce the use of headphones/ earphones as much as possible.

'Consult'.

Related Tip: Why Do You Get an EAR Discharge?

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Hearing Loss - 4 Myths About It!

ECFMU, MS - ENT, MBBS, Certificate in Pediatric Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Robotic Surgery Familiarization (France)
ENT Specialist, Gurgaon
Hearing Loss - 4 Myths About It!

Hearing loss is experienced by millions of people these days. Ageing is not the only factor that brings hearing impairment. The causes are many. Certain medications, continuous exposure to loud noise, genetic involvement, injury and some medical conditions may cause hearing loss.

There are quite a few myths that people have come to believe about hearing loss over the years. Since it is such a common phenomenon, here we take a look at the common myths surrounding hearing loss.

Myth no. 1: Hearing loss is exclusive to elderly.

Fact: As said before, hearing loss can be an outcome of various causes. Nearly half of the people suffering from the same are below the age of 55 years. No matter what your age is, you must always get your ears checked, especially if you are feeling that are you missing things.

Myth no. 2: Diagnosing hearing loss is easy.

Fact: Most people do not come to know about the condition until it gets worse. Also, your physician never really checks for hearing loss symptoms in a general check-up unless you ask for it specifically.

So, always get a check-up done, like you do for other probable diseases.

Myth no. 3: There's no effective solution for hearing loss.

Fact: Like there have been advancements in the medical field for everything else, there are aids available these days that improve your hearing and have finer adjustments for noise adaptation. Also, there are certain other procedures and surgeries that have proved to improve the condition in many.

So, seek help as soon as possible.

Myth no. 4: The sounds aren't loud enough; my ears are healthy and fine.

Fact: If there is a problem you're experiencing with hearing, you have got to accept that and get it treated. Avoiding a certain condition will only get things worse for you.

Also, hearing aids are no more a stigma. Ear aid devices have designs similar to earphones these days, which are comfortable enough to wear. Ignoring a medical condition or inability to accept the same would only do more harm instead of making things fine. 

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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