Unilateral hearing loss

What is Unilateral hearing loss?

Unilateral hearing loss is when you stop hearing from one side due to several reasons. They can be due to the obstruction or weakness at sensory-neural level. Common reasons are impacted ear wax, glue ear, otosclerosis, CSOM, any aditory nerve tumors. Proper investigations are required, including Pure tone audiometery etc

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Respected sir,
I am suffering from profound hearing loss in my left ear.

1. AUDOGRAM TEST RESULTS are as follows
Right ear pure tone 18db, SRT 20db...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Unilateral Hearing Loss (Single Sided Deafness).

Detailed Answer:

Thank you for your query.

1. The Audiogram and BERA/ABR tests...

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Further to our recent consultation, I am following your recommended treatment. One quick question: for the last two...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
It is less likely because of side effect of predni

Detailed Answer:
Hi ,
I have gone through your query .
It is less likely because...

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I need some advice here. My daughter is 9. She has been having trouble with her hearing in just her left ear. Blurred vision in her left...

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Brief Answer:
Hearing loss with refractory error

Detailed Answer:
Welcome to healthcare magic and thanks for putting up the query
Unilateral hearing loss...

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