I have a problem in understanding what others are saying. I can hear sound but cannot understand words. I have done hearing test many times in the hospital recommended by the doctor but the doctor always said that my ear is fine. This problem is there always. I do not understand what others are saying. I recently read an article on high frequency hearing loss. Can I have this problem? If yes, then what is the treatment of this problem?
Your problem is not related to hearing loss, nor it is high-frequency hearing loss if your audiogram is normal. It is related to a problem in one center in your brain which makes you understand what other person speaks. I would advise you to consult a neuro physician for the same. Also, if possible, please share your audiometry report with me.
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