Noise-induced hearing loss

What is Noise-induced hearing loss?

It is a kind of deafness caused when one is subjected to high frequency sound level.This is due to sound pollution. It also gives rise to conduction deafness.

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Greetings. I am trying unsuccessfully to understand the physiological nature of tinnitus.
About 2 months ago I had my ears syringed for ear wax,...

doctor1 MD

Hi,

Thank you for your query.

1. You have a high frequency Sensori-Neural Hearing Loss (SNHL) and a mild age related (SNHL) sloping to the left in...

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I have a simple question

My son is 1 year old, and he has started to scream this extremely high tones/pitch that really hurts my ear and...

doctor1 MD

Hello,
Thanks for posting your query.
Sudden exposure to a high pitch sound can cause damage to the ears but for a child of 1 year, it is difficult...

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Since Feb 26th, I started to hear a noice in my right ear. Something like a whistle. Day after day since that day it became more and more...

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Hi,
Thanks for the query and an elaborate history.
After going through your description, I feel you could be suffering from mild to moderate...

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