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Suffering from otosclerosis, conductive hearing loss. Dependent on bone conduction hearing aid. Help?

I am suffering from otosclerosis for the last 19 years and presently dependent on bone conduction hearing aids , I want to get the aids and want to avoid surgery as its results are not satisfactory.Kindly tell me whether homeopathy can treat otosclerosis or at least will arrest its progress and save me from nerve deafness ,presently i have 65 dub conductive hearing loss .
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Aug 2013
The definitive treatment for otosclerosis is surgery and there is no other definite cure which can stop the disease. It is a simple surgery which can be done under local anesthesia in a matter of minutes and you get immediate hearing improvement!
In fact this is one surgery which if diagnosed properly and performed properly has very high chances of hearing improvement.
Answered: Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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