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What Does It Usually Mean When Your 5 Year Old Child Fails A Hearing Test
Depends: If the test was done at school it may mean that the child has fluid behind the eardrum decreasing hearing or may have wax in the ear blocking hearing. When children fail such a test we want to see them as the most common reason is one of the above. If all is clear then an ENT or formal hearing test with an audiologist may be needed. Usually not a serious problem. See your doc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
5 year old daughter had hearing test,30dbs.she says she has a bubble in it and struggles to hear a little.what could it be.doesnt hurt her?
Hearing: If the test was done at school, have it repeated by your doctor or an audiologist. If she is still having trouble with her hearing, she should be referred to an ENT (Ear, Nose, & Throat) doctor for more evaluation. It could be a temporary thing due to a recent ear infection, or it could be actual hearing loss. It needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
Hearing problem, 6 yr old. My 6 year old is always complaining he can't hear. He blares the tv, ect. He has in the past, passed more than one hearing test (he's done the ones where they make the toys in the room make noise and he turns to them, ect) he ha
A : A new hearing test would not be unheard of. Central auditory processing disorder is rare, but becoming more common as we learn more about it. For diagnosis, you will have to bring him to a doctor and audiologist that have knowledge in it, know how to definitively diagnose it, and then treat it. It may be beneficial to take your son to cincinnati children's hospital. ...Read more
Could my 3 year old be autistic?he is not yet pottu trained,has speech and language delay passed his hearing test.he throws very violent tempers.
It is hard to say ..: You did not provide enough clinical information. Does this happen in all environments or does he save these behaviors for you specifically. Does he exhibit periods of time where he is engaged in activities with other children: does he understand the language you use with him, does he have a range of emotions: happy, sad, etc. You should discuss these questions with your Pediatric Specialist- KB ...Read more
Could my 3 year old be autistic?he is not yet pottu trained,has speech and language delay pasaed his hearing test.he throws very violent tempers.he do
Maybe/maybe not: Only 75% of kids are potty trained at 3.Any kid with a communication disorder will be frustrated and tend to throw fits. Proper evaluation by a speech and language specialist and developmental pediatrician could give a better picture of what is going on. This could just be a developmental speech/language issue, separate from the label of autism or its related disorders. ...Read more
My 2 year old has grade 1 microtia and tubes and her hearing test says she has (normal hearing in at least one ear) but they recommend a sedated test?
What are the implications of a 4 month old baby failing hearing test twice? Does that mean he's impaired? We test him at home and he responds to sound
For your son to : Develop receptive & expressive language as close to normal as possible & function academically as close to grade level as possible, his degree of deafness & his need for augmented hearing need to be confirmed now, by auditory evoked response, evaluation by an otologist (ear dr.), genetic testing, & developmental assessment & therapy thru your state health division's early intervention program. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below:: The most important time for a child to learn language is in the first 3 years of life. In fact, children begin learning speech and language in the first 6 months of life. Research suggests that children with hearing loss who get help early develop better language skills than those who don’t. The earlier you know about a child’s hearing loss, the sooner you can make sure your child benefits from st. ...Read more
Yes: If your child is not developing their verbal skills at the expected age, they should absolutely have their hearing tested. Even though most infants have their hearing tested at birth, these tests are not 100%, and a normal test at birth does not eliminate the possibility of hearing loss. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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