The Left Ear Can’t Hear For Several Years?
I want to ask!? R nWhy can’t my left ear hear for several years? Even though when I was a child, both of my ears were just fine to hear ?? r n Previously, I was checked by a doctor and he said that my eardrums were closed and I shouldn’t eat too much salty food? And can I sneeze if it is salty. What disease do I think I have? Please help answer? ☺
Hearing loss in the ear can be caused by many things. If you experience hearing loss in the left ear, it may be due to a wax prop.
Prop wax is an earwax that builds up and hardens, causing it to close the ear canal and eardrum. Prop wax often occurs due to the habit of picking your ears using cotton buds. Covering of the ear with wax can cause hearing loss, closure of the eardrum, and may be accompanied by a feeling of buzzing. The hardened serum can be treated using certain drops, which can then be cleaned by an ENT specialist.
Eating salty foods is not associated with earwax buildup. however, consumption of too much salt may worsen a disease such as Meniere's disease. Meniere's disease can also cause hearing loss.
But besides that, the condition you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
meniere deafness conductive deafness nerve deafness perforation / eardrum rupture. Therefore, it is recommended that you go to an ENT specialist again, so that the doctor can examine your condition further. thus the doctor can provide the right therapy for you.
avoid consuming foods that contain a lot of salt and flavoring. use a mask when in a dusty environment. regular exercise. avoid the habit of picking ears.
here is an article that you can read about prop serumen
may be useful. thank you