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Hearing Problems In Children In Children
Can't hear right: Hearing problems in kids can have 2 main categories of causes. There can be a problem with the ears and difficulty hearing, or there can be brain problems where you can't process or understand what you hear. Either can be considered hearing problems and both need thorough evaluation to figure out what's going on... ...Read more
Ndrit is almost 5y and can say only 100 words. He uses both hands same. Not diagnosed with autism. Mentally and physically is ok without hearing problems. Plays with children and is very friendly. Why isn't he talking yet?
Hard to say: This is something that a developmental pediatrician and/or a speech and language specialist should evaluate. In the US this is routinely done as part of the "Chile Find" program operated by public schools for kids as young as 3. ...Read more
3 things: There are three entities that quickly come to mind when only intermittent hearing loss are considered. 1.) impacted wax in the ear canal, 2.) middle ear fluid that comes and goes, and 3.) an entity called cochlear hydrops, an early form of Meniere's disease before vertigo and tinnitus occurs. ...Read more
When do they start: If you are in a rock band or work around load noices they can start when you are young. Generally around middle age. ...Read more
Expected: This is expected.Get a more detailed answer ›
Get a diagnosis: Before seeking home remedies, you need to know what kind of hearing problem you have. There is almost no chance of any vitamin or home concoction helping with mot kinds. Please seen an ENT and get a hearing test so that you can get some sound advice which will be tailored to your specific case. ...Read more
Not necessarily: It is depressing losing one of your special senses such as hearing. Elderly are prone to feel lonely due to lack of support from thierry loved ones, or loss of spouse. But if they have a hearing aid, and good support from family members, they should do well. ...Read more
How come so many people need glasses, but not as many people in comparison have hearing problems?
Maybe: It is possible that valerian root could help, because it has a weak valium-type compound. However, herbal supplements are virtually unregulated, so it's always a crap shoot as to exactly how much of the various compounds are in a given pill. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on how much Aspirin was taken. If the dose of Aspirin was not extremely large, hearing should recover. ...Read more
My son has absent seizures left central lobe and now he has left hearing problems. Any connections to each other.
Unlikely: No direct relation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Rest and drink fluid: If the headaches continue inform your neurologist ...Read more
Lumbar puncture: A severe headache after a lumbar puncture is not uncommon and in most cases resolves on its own. If the headache persists more than a week you will need to see the person who did it for further evaluation. Hearing issues after a lumbar puncture are not at all a common problem, if it persists you might need to see a hearing specialist. ...Read more
My 3 yr old daughter has leukodystrophy. She has hearing problems. Is there any therapy, medicine or treatment?
Genetics: There are several different leukodystrophies. Some have treatment options. Not knowing which she has, I would recommend you discuss this with the subspecialist who takes care of your daughter. Please see this website: http://www. Leukofoundation. Com/faq. Html. ...Read more
I have hearing problems for a very long time I have put strongest hear drops in my ear and it my hearing is not improving at all what can I do?
Since I was 5 I have had hearing problems. Now I'm 23 can't hardly hear feels like blockage. Ears hurt, and can't sit through fireworks. Please help!?
Need full evaluation: A person with hearing problems since age 5 years will have had evaluations by her pediatrician or primary care doctor, been referred to an audiologist for complete testing, and been seen by an ENT doctor to find out if there is any correctable disorder causing the hearing problems. If these things have not been done, she should write down her story and take it to her primary care doctor to start. ...Read more
Hello, a gush of water flowed into my ear, it hasn't flowed out yet. Now I have hearing problems and minor periodical pain. What can I do avout it?
External Otitis: The water in your ear may have caused a mid case of otitis externa also known as Swimmer's ear. It is not conceivable that the water is still in your ear. The other possibility is that cerumen (wax) was moved around by the water, now causing problems in our ear canal. You should see a physician may be an ENT. ...Read more
My grandson age 7 thinksits funny to scream in my ear (i'm68withonegood ear). He thinks he's on the playground. Now I'm having hearing problems in my?
Get Hearing Checked: Loud noise/sound can lead to hearing loss. It will be very important for you to see your doctor to test for any loss in your good ear. Your grandson's behavior is also alarming here. Seven year olds are able to comprehend that screaming directly into an ear is harmful. There must be zero tolerance for child's actions. Please discuss with parents to address/eliminate this harmful behavior. ...Read more