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Old 03-29-2018, 09:58 AM
Angelgraph Angelgraph is offline
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Default Do I need to undergo any surgery for my hearing loss?

Hi, I am in doubt whether I am having a slight hearing loss. I have attended a fireworks ceremony last month. After the event, I couldn't hear anything, I worried whether I lost my hearing ability. But after sometimes, I became okay. During these days, I am experiencing some problems while talking with others. I am not getting their words properly. So I am asking them again. I am in doubt whether that huge sound affected my hearing capacity. So I want to confirm it. So I am planning to consult a clinic in London for undergoing hearing assessment. Before that, I would like to know about the treatments. Will it possible to get my hearing capacity back? Is this temporary? Do I need to undergo any surgery for this? If anyone had any experience like this, please share your experiences. What treatment have you taken for this? Please let me know.
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