I was having slight problems in my ears at the beginning of last year. The ent expert stated I have moderate hearing loss in both ears. I had a car crash later in the year in which the airbags deployed. Since this crash my hearing has deteriorated and now have a ringing/buzzing in ears. It so bad I have to put subtitles on the tv and have trouble if upstairs hearing the telephone or door knocking. My mri scan was clear. Do you think this car crash could have made my hearing worse.
Regarding your hearing loss, I recommend that you follow up to determine which hearing aids are best suited for your lifestyle. It's neither safe nor healthy to have untreated hearing loss. Hearing aids can alleviate a lot of your daily communication difficulties. Consult with an audiologist and experience how better hearing can improve your life.
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