The Solution To Overcome Damage To The Inner Ear Until Hearing Loss Occurs?
Hi, I have a helper with poor hearing, we checked with the doctor and wanted to be given hearing aid. But the doctor advised not because the damage from the inner ear and outer ear was fine. Doctors recommend therapeutic treatment. But we needed a quick solution. How long the therapy process usually takes for hearing to recover. And what would be the effect if we kept our hearing aids attached so we could listen immediately.
From the information you have conveyed, complaints about hearing disorders experienced by your assistant after being examined by an ENT doctor indicate a disturbance due to inflammation of the middle or inner ear. This condition can be caused by an intact or incomplete eardrum due to an infection of the middle or inner ear. The existence of a long-standing respiratory infection or a long cold that doesn't heal or due to a primary process of the ear can trigger this complaint.
Therefore, ENT doctors do not recommend the insertion of hearing aids, but choose to provide medication and treatment accordingly. So, it is hoped that after 7 to 10 days and after re-control to an ENT doctor, the condition of infection or its implications. So that the hearing improvement response will be better. Therefore, if indeed your ENT doctor does not recommend the installation of hearing aids, it is better for you to continue with your ENT doctor's plan, it is important to get treatment as indicated.
And if after the treatment period is over, but hearing recovery has not yet been felt, then you can return to discussing it with the ENT doctor who treated it.
During the treatment and recovery period, patients should avoid getting water in their ears, avoid using earphones, and immediately treat complaints of cold coughs when these complaints arise, to prevent ear complaints from getting worse.
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