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Have hearing loss. History of low decibel in the ear. What treatment should be done to increase decibel level to normal level?

hearing loss in the left ear for past 6 history of ear pain, ear discharge ,ear itching,no history of throat pain, dysphagia .no other complaints and no history of nerve damage in cns .and there is a history of low decibel in the left wats the further treatment i can do for increasing my decibel level to normal level sir....
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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Welcome in H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding hearing loss in your left ear for last 6 months. Though you have neither pain nor discharge in your ear so suspition for infective pathology is ruled out. Your hearing loss is spontaneous so before managing it is necessary to find out type of disease. it may be-

1- Conductive hearing loss.

2- Sensory neural hearing loss.

3- Mixed hearing loss.

After deciding the type of hearing loss second important step is to decide severity of loss, site of lesion and cause of disease. The all above factors are rule out by a thorough examination and necessary invstigationgs like-

a- Pure ton audiometry.

b- Impedance audiometry.

Thus now it is must for you to consult your doctor (ENT specialist) for examination, investigations and treatment.

Answered: Sat, 29 Mar 2014
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