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Temporary Hearing loss
Dear Dr. of Audiology,



I understand that Asparin is considered ototoxic if taken in high dosage. My question is, if hearing loss is reversible with the discontinuation of asparin if someone experience temporary hearing loss what exactly does asparin affect in the ear to cause temporary hearing loss?  I know that other ototoxic drug can cause hearing damage to the ear which is not reversible. For ototoxic drugs like asparin which only cause temporary hearing loss which I guess does not damage any part of the hearing system then what does it do to the hearing system to cause temporary hearing loss?

Can you help me understand abit more about the above question?





Many thanks





Robby








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