I have a two year old with language delay. ENT doctor said he pressure in his ears was abnormal but he had no fluid. Very confused what this means?

Need ABR. I think the ENT doctor probably means that there is negative pressure in the middle ear. This may be present in the absence of middle ear fluid. The negative pressure should not cause a language delay. Although this may be normal at this age, the best thing to do is to have an auditory brain stem response (ABR). This test can be performed by an audiologist. Results can prove normal hearing.