Hearing Test

Hearing tests evaluate one's hearing ability. In a hearing test, quiet and loud sounds of different pitches are played in headphones worn by the person. These sounds are played in both ears and then in a single ear at a time. Sometimes some intense dialog-rich sounds are played, and the person is asked to repeat those words or sentences. Based on these tests hearing loss is categorized as mild, moderate, moderate to severe, severe, and profound. Hearing loss up to 25% normal in adults.

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I have a lot of confusion regarding my recent hearing test. Kindly help me.

Query: Hi doctor, I want to ask a question about my recent hearing test. I want to confirm whether it is normal. My audiologist told me that my hearing is within normal limits. But the ENT specialist reviewed it and told me that there is a fraction of hearing loss. According to the report, I have hearing ...  Read Full »


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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. There are two classifications in the degree of hearing loss. So according to the first one, it is normal and according to the second one, there is minimal hearing loss. Please mention the problems faced related to ears. On considering the threshold levels at each freque...  Read Full »

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