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Hearing Loss Treatment in MRC Nagar, Chennai

When one or both of your ears are unable to perceive sound either partially or completely, hearing loss occurs. Aging and overexposure to loud sounds may lead to hearing loss. Most cases of hearing loss cannot be reversed. However, if detected early, your doctor or a hearing loss specialist near you can take appropriate steps to remedy your situation.

What are the symptoms of hearing loss?

  • Ringing in the ears
  • Earache
  • Feeling of fullness in the ears
  • Muffled speech and sounds
  • Facing difficulty in comprehending words
  • Recurrently requesting individuals to speak louder, clearer or more slowly
  • Turning the television volume higher than normal
  • Avoiding social gatherings
  • Withdrawing from conversations
  • Having headaches or weakness

What are the causes of hearing loss?

  • Earwax
  • Certain medications
  • Hereditary
  • Ear infections
  • Certain diseases like meningitis (inflammation of the membranes of the brain and spinal cord)
  • Trauma
  • Exposure to certain chemicals
  • If the hearing (auditory) nerve is being pressed by a tumor
  • Ruptured eardrum due to insertion of a foreign object into your ear, sudden exposure to very loud noises and rapid pressure changes

When should you consult a doctor?

You will need to consult an ENT doctor near you, if your hearing loss is impairing your daily activities. In case you experience symptoms of breathlessness, vomiting, neck stiffness, light sensitivity, mental agitation along with headaches, weakness and numbness, then seek emergency medical assistance as it can be meningitis, a life-threatening condition.

If you require any further clarifications, do not hesitate to search for hearing loss doctors near me or

request an appointment at Apollo Spectra Hospitals, MRC Nagar, Chennai.

Call 1860 500 2244 to book an appointment.

What is the treatment for hearing loss?

Treatment for hearing loss will depend on the cause. If an excessive wax build-up is the cause, you can treat it with an ear wax softening solution at home or by syringing it out which is done by an ENT doctor. If an infection is the cause of your hearing loss, then your doctor will treat it with antibiotics. If there are issues with conduction of sound to your inner ear, then your doctor may refer you to an audiologist who might prescribe a hearing aid or a cochlear implant to help you with your hearing. Your ENT doctor and audiologist will together plan the best treatment for you. Hearing assistive technology (T.V. listeners, telephone amplifiers) and audiological rehabilitation (training in listening and communication) can also help. In some cases, surgical interventions may be required.

If you have and questions, you can search for a hearing loss doctor near me or a hearing loss hospital in Chennai.


Hearing loss may be temporary or permanent depending on the cause. With appropriate treatment and assistive devices, your hearing ability will improve. By requesting others to face you while speaking, and speaking slowly, clearly and loudly can help improve communication.

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What are the complications from hearing loss?

Hearing loss mainly affects your quality of life. It may lead to increased anxiety, depression, isolation and cognitive impairment and decline. Treatment for hearing loss is essential to restore your self-confidence and help you with communication.

How do I select the best hearing aid?

Certain factors like the severity of your hearing loss, your lifestyle, the shape of your outer and inner ear, and activities that you enjoy will be considered when deciding your hearing aid. In order to help you select the best hearing aid, you can search for a hearing loss specialist near me.

How can you prevent hearing loss?

Hearing loss can be prevented by using safety equipment like earplugs or hearing protectors, avoiding prolonged exposure to loud noises, conducting regular hearing tests if you are constantly exposed to a noisy environment, immediately treating ear infections and avoiding inserting any foreign objects into your ear.


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