I have uploaded it again with the correct naming so you can double-check if possible, please. The recent one is in black and white. The 4k dip is in the older one (which I assume could have been me not paying attention to that frequency properly during the test - hence why this dip is not there in the recent one). Sorry for my late response to you. My main concern that I want you to reassure me of is my right ear, as you can see in my right ear some frequencies are still the same as they were 10 years back, but there is a tiny dip of +5 / +10 compared to it. Is this a cause for concern even if the recent audiogram of the right ear is still in the normal hearing range? Well let me give you my full history, maybe that will advise you further. This all started back in 13 years back when I was listening to very loud music with my headphones – which I did not even perceive as loud back then. It is crazy now that I think how loud it was. I damaged my left ear one night because I could feel my left ear hurt, literally like something stinging inside (hair cells or auditory nerve, not sure which). That is when very quiet tinnitus started in my left ear. I was only 17. Note that it was only my left ear that had the painful experience during that night. I went to an ENT he cleaned my ears, did not give me any hearing test, and treated it like it was some form of ear infection with a nasal spray and some pills. The tinnitus remained, obviously I had no idea I was suffering from hearing loss at the time because my right ear was still totally fine and made up for any loss I had in my left for a very long time, and I never noticed any hearing loss overall anyway. After another 1-2 misdiagnoses and no hearing tests, I finally have an ENT that does a hearing test on me after he asked me to do an MRI (which came back normal) and he tells me I have hearing loss in my left ear, the tinnitus was not as loud as it is now, and neither was the damage. Because I was not given the diagnosis of hearing loss because of loud noise I continued to play loud music without protection for longer than I should have. I decided to continue, being careful, listening to music at sensible volumes, and always wearing earplugs at events when attending or DJ’ing, and I got totally used to the tinnitus and I could not notice any new symptoms. I was not even concerned about my ears at all, the entire situation has stabilized. It took me two days to notice when I was talking loudly, my left ear perceived the noise a bit differently, like a little squeak, the blocked sensation, etc as well. I went to the ENT weeks after this event, he did the tympanogram (normal – attached) and concluded that my left ear got worse. He looked at my nose and then my ears with an otoscope also. Said it was normal. Doctor, please note I have never had any ear infections, no discharge, no blocked nose, no hurting throat. Occasionally I would get vertigo but even that my brain got used to it and it never occurs properly. I have had two MRIs done 10 years back, both normal (one for this and one for a different matter altogether). I do not care for my left ear because it is a bit of a lose cause for me now, it seems that even if I wear ear protection, there is a chance it could get worse, it is just a matter of trying to limit it as much as possible. I will continue to look after my ears as best I could but I do not plan to quit my music career, only if my right ear would ever reach moderate hearing loss. I am trying my best for that not to happen with extra care now and to make sure I never forget my earplugs ever again. I have attached my latest tympanogram and another test I had when I was there nine years back, that might indicate something for you (if at all?). Do you think I have hair cell loss or is it auditory nerve damage? Can you tell from what I have provided you? Maybe this was the result of the loud event exposure that I told you about, I do not know. Anyway, I do not plan to quit unless my right ear reaches moderate hearing loss. That's when it is too much of a scare for me and I will have to quit for my own hearing sake in my right ear. I will try my best if it does not reach that stage and never forget my earplugs again. Also, I occasionally smoke marijuana, how does it have a negative effect? Actually no, at 4k both are at the same at 15 in both. I think you are confused with 6k. 10 years back 6k shows 20 yet recently it shows 10. I do not know why that is, I believe maybe I was not paying attention properly during the test during that frequency. Please can you re-evaluate everything I uploaded for you originally and the new files I sent?