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Alternative Treatments For Conductive Hearing Loss
Bone loss: Sound from the air is transmitted through a mechanical system (ear drum, ear bones) into a fluid system of the inner ear that then activates a neural system (electrical). The electrical system is what is responsible for neural hearing. The ear drum and ear bones provide the conductive hearing. Damage to the ear drum or ear bones (ossicles) leads to conductive hearing loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Myriad: Causes of conductive hearing loss include, but are not limited to: obstructive wax, hole in eardrum, tumor in ear canal, fluid behind the eardrum, stiffening of ear bones, growths in the middle ear. You should have your hearing tested and be examined for the best advice which will be specific to your personal situation. ...Read more
Typically: Conductive hearing loss is usually amenable to surgery depending on what the cause is. If it is a tympanic membrane perforation, or damage to the hearing bones, both can be reconstructed. If it is fluid behind the ear-drum, a tube or simple myringotomy (lancing of the ear drum) can be therapeutic. If the hearing bones are stuck, this can also be remedied surgically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, my audioligist said I have a conductive hearing loss in one ear. 2k on up and is 80 decibel loss. I had this for 4 years. What can cause this.?
Can Endolymphatic Hydrops cause 24/7 rocking/jerking dizziness instead of episodic spinning? Bilat Conductive hearing loss ECOG Left .36 Right .39
Sounds Good to me: I would guess that though you have 24/7 rocking/jerking dizziness that there are SPIKES of significant worsening of those symptoms....and that's where I would place your ACUTE EPISODES of Meniere's or whatever you'd like to call it. That's almost like my headache patients who have CONSTANT HEADACHES but there are episodes where it gets HORRIBLE....those can definitely be migraines! Make sense? ...Read more
Tinnitus in left ear increased since 2 weeks. Audio tests show min. conductive hearing loss.
Several ENT visits fruitless. No relief with anything.
Tinnitus: This can be a very frustrating problem. Have you tried taking Lipo-Flavenoid supplements? It is also important to keep your anxiety and stress levels well controlled as this can make it worse. There are some neurosurgeons treating tinnitus, you may want to look into that in your area. Good Luck ...Read more
Did tympanoplasty in left ear in 2006 due to infection and hear loss..Rt ear drum has hole and infection.Conductive hearing loss.Time for hearing aid?
Sudden hearing loss in a 14 year old. She woke up without hearing in her right ear on oct 28th. We have completed all of the standard tests and treatments with no recovery. After reading all of the articals out there, the only end result i can see is th
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