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Suffering from Sensorineural hearing loss mild in left ear, profound in right as per audiogram report. What is the treatment?

I m suffering from Sensorineural hearing loss from last 1 & half years, Mild to profound senserineural hearing loss in left ear & Profound sensorineural hearing loss in right ear as per Audiogram report. I wanted to know is there any treated for this hearing loss apart from hearing aids or coclear implant. Please let me know..Awaiting for your reply.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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FRANKLY TELLING THERE IS NO TREATMENT IN THE WORLD FOR SN HEARING LOSS
IF HEARING AIDS ARE WORKING THEN GO FOR IT BUT IF THEY ARE NOT WORKING YOU CAN THINK OF COCHLEAR IMPLANT BUT THERE IS NO 100 % GURANTEE WITH IMPLANT AS YOU HAVE TO BE MOST CAREFUL FOR MAKING THE SURGEY SUCCESSFUL
TRY HEARING AIDS AND THINK IMPLANT AS LAST CHOICE
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