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Old 08-18-2011, 08:41 PM   #2
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Re: Should I get a Hearing Test?

Hi. I've had to deal with hearing loss my entire life. It can really be frustrating.

Have you talked to your parents about your concerns? If not, you should tell them what you just wrote for us.

Do you have insurance? If so, I think it might be wise to get your parents to make appointments for you to see an ENT and an Audiologist. The ENT will be able to check if you have any physical problems with your ears. The Audiologist will check your hearing itself and for any balance issues that might cause the dizziness.

Please seek help. You don't have to just live with this.
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