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what can i do about loss of hearing in my left ear?

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Dr. Roberta Beals
28 years experience Family Medicine
Get it examined.: See a physician for an exam.Cerumen obstruction is a common cause of hearing loss. An infection needs to be rulled out before you see an audiologists.
Answered on Nov 24, 2013
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