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Spedito - 12 Feb 2020 :  04:26:55  Mostra profilo  Manda un' email allo scivente  Rispondi con citazione
There are very many conditions Sonus Complete Review that affect the ears of a person and one of the most common one is sudden sensorineural hearing loss. This is where one is not able to listen to anything for a day or more. This only affects one ear and one feels as though the ear is full and most patients usually experience a continuous ringing sound. Most patients also complain of fever like symptoms and dizziness and nausea when they have the condition.

In case you experience this, it is important to seek medical attention as fast as possible to get the necessary help and prevent the condition from becoming worse. There are doctors who have specialized with this condition thus it is advisable not to go any medical practitioner if you want to get the proper treatment. Most people usually wait for long periods of time before they go and see the doctor reducing the chances of reversing the condition where one could end up suffering from the problem for the rest of their life. The condition is usually categorized as middle ear infection also known as otitis media and an otolaryngologist or an audiologist is the best person to see to get the appropriate treatment.

Sudden sensorineural hearing loss is diagnosed using special equipment where one has to go through a listening test to determine the extent of the damage. This is normally done in a sound proofed chamber for the specialist to get the correct results. Some of the tests the patients have to go through include, acoustic reflex testing, product distortion otoacoustic testing, pure tone thresholds and speech discrimination scores. Patients also have to go through an audiometric evaluation for the doctor to confirm the patient is suffering from the condition. This also confirms that the problem has been caused by the nerves and not perorations, holes, liquid or infection of the ear drum.

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