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What should I do if I think I have a hearing loss?

If you have any of the previously mentioned complaints, you should see an audiologist to get an audiometric evaluation .  It is not merely pressing the button when you hear a "beep." Your ability to hear and understand speech in quiet and in noisy situations is an important indicator, and it can be accurately tested by your audiologist.

How can I be sure that my baby can hear well?

This question crosses the mind of new mothers because they are too worried about the health and well-being of their babies. A new-born (2 months or less) responds to loud sounds by eye blinking or crying if s/he is asleep. Also, there is involuntary movements of his arms and legs whenever a very loud sound is introduced, as slamming of a door or car horn. When s/he gets older, a normal hearing infant can search for the source of sounds even if coming from the back. Another good sign of normal hearing is babbling which starts at 4-6 months of age and vocal play (imitation of his own voice) which comes later on. First word pronunciation pops up around 1 year of age. A delay in speech development is a very serious clue of hearing problem.

 

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You frequently ask people to repeat their words? You hear people speaking but you have to strain to understand their words?  You cannot hear the doorbell or the telephone? You may have hearing loss!!

 
   

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