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Why does my voice sound funny when I use my new hearing aids?

When you wear hearing aids for the first time, you’ll probably notice your voice sounds funny! You’ll hear your voice amplified through the hearing aid and some people describe this sensation as feeling "plugged up" or hearing your voice echoing. This is normal and will usually go away in a few days. However, there are adjustments the audiologist can make to relieve these symptoms, should they persist beyond the first few days.

What are the most common hearing aid styles?

There are many styles of hearing aids. The type and degree of hearing loss, power requirements, manual dexterity abilities, cost factors, and cosmetic concerns are some of the factors that will determine the exact hearing aid style the patient will use

ITE: In-The-Ear
ITC: In-The-Canal. 
CIC : In-The-Canal

BTE: Behind –the-ear

 

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