lsjunior5 karma2021-09-01 16:04:35 UTC
Do you know the Decibel loss in the bad ear? Did they do a air and bone test? How old are you if you don't mind me asking?
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lsjunior4 karma2021-09-01 16:02:24 UTC
I'm assuming they did a air and bone test. Was there no air bone gap? Do you know what decibel loss the bad ear was at? Because everything you describe is red flags. I am not a doctor but am Board certified Hearing aid specialist. All I do is test hearing all day. I can't diagnose people but I do refer them out to a ENT if something is off.
lsjunior2 karma2015-04-07 17:40:47 UTC
There has to be some way to make sure they are actually working and not just driving around aimlessly all day doing nothing.
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