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Deaf in one ear
Okay my question what would be my risk of losing hearing if i go to a concert?... I have never gone to one since i am deaf in one ear and suppose to take care of it. What are some recommendations to reduce the possible injury of my other one? oh yea I was either born without the hearing or it was bad ear infections. doctors notice when I was five.
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Hello and hope you are doing well.

In an entity called noise induced hearing loss, the  hearing loss is due to exposure to either a sudden, loud noise or exposure to loud noises for a period of time. A dangerous sound is anything that is 85 dB or higher. In a concert am not sure of the decibel levels. But it is best for you, if you are tested repeatedly and are taking adequate precautions.  

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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