The Cause Of Hearing Loss In One Ear?
Hello, afternoon. I am right deaf since I was 4 years old and now I am 18 years old, I have undergone surgery on polyps because the doctor’s doctor must be removed … I’ve been looking for a way to go to a doctor, but it can’t be normalized, this symptom is nothing or nothing. I know when I citiscan sm x-ray, and in the end I am bored with all this, I have difficulty being active because one hearing is missing, finally I use a hearing aid, I want to feel right hearing, I want to feel the wind a lot, but because the left one is normal, I This is a difficulty in voice input to recognize my brain, I often ring on the left, which is normal, dizziness or vertigo, I often hear voices from the unseen world … But why can’t my right ear hear anything, please help me
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. To understand your problem, we need to talk a little about the listening process. Sound comes from vibrations, which vibrate waves are received by the ear lobe to be focused into the ear canal. The waves travel along the ear canal to be received by the eardrum (eardrum) and then the vibrations will move the hearing bones (malleus, incus, stapes) and stimulate the auditory nerve in Cochlea to continue to the brain. You can see the illustration in the image below.
So that in fact any abnormalities along the process, such as blockage of ear canal wax, insects, cotton buds, torn eardrums, abnormalities in the bone of hearing, neurological disorders and brain disorders, can play a role in hearing loss.
In your case, if this condition has occurred for years, from a young age, and no structural abnormalities are found, it is possible that the abnormality is in the nerves or in certain parts of the brain. When it comes to nerves, talking about the percentage of normal recovery after 14 years is actually difficult. However, because the ENT doctor still has not found any certainty, we suggest that you continue to control and ask for a more complete examination, such as audiometry to determine your neurological abilities. Also convey all the symptoms you feel, and if you are not satisfied with the examination and explanation at one ENT doctor, you can try to check with another ENT doctor. So, hopefully it answers your question.