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Suffering from hearing problem at age of 3 years. How can it be treated ?

Dear Sir,Iam samrat from Bangladesh,My little sister,age three years and nine month only but from last eight month she is suffering from hearing problem,she can't hair low voice.but she was quite o.k before that problem rise.no pain in her ear, now pls advice me. thanks...... Dear Sir,Iam samrat from Bangladesh,My little sister,age -three years and nine month only but from last eight month she is suffering from hearing problem,she can t hair low voice.but she was quite o.k before that problem rise.no pain in her ear, now pls advice me. thanks......
Asked On : Fri, 6 May 2011
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1. First, I must thank you for being alert to her hearing loss at a young age.
2. Get her ears examined by your local ENT Specialist.
3. Then get her PTA (Pure Tone Audiogram) and Impedance Audiogram (I/A) done.
4. Also get an X-ray skull lateral view for adenoids done.
5. Post all the results here.
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