Hearing Is Reduced In Children Aged 10 Years?
Tonight … I have a 2-year-old son … Already treated with tht … His ears often hurt … Turns out there was mold … Now the fungus is cured … But now I can’t hear enough ..
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of lack of hearing can occur when there is a certain disturbance in the flow of the hearing process. For more convenience, see the image below.
As you can see above, the hearing process begins with the concentration of sound waves by the auricle, enters the ear canal, then is captured by the eardrum, then vibrates the bones of the hearing, into a structure called a cochlea, triggers nerves, then flows into hearing center in the brain. Any interference from this process, from the auricle to the brain, will interfere with one's ability to hear.
So in the case of your child, a repeat examination by an ENT doctor needs to be done, the first is to equalize perception, what makes you think your child is not listening. Because if you don't answer when called, it's not always because you don't hear enough. Then, if it has been ascertained to be unable to hear, the ENT doctor will then see if there are abnormalities in the leaves and ear canal. The yeast infection might have healed, but there may still be a blockage in the ear canal. If there are no abnormalities in both ears, the ENT doctor will conduct a supplementary examination to find out whether the abnormality is at the nerve level. The treatment your child will receive will depend on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, no need to insert a cotton bud, fingers, or try to clean the ears in any way, just keep clean from the outside by watching your child's habits, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.