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Hearing Loss | Last Active: Jan 28, 2019 | Replies (24)

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I am totally deaf in my right ear after an Acoustic Neuroma 15 years ago. I don’t think they did Cochlear implants on single sided deaf SSD people til recently. There is also a device called a BAHA or bone anchored hearing device which has been used for SSD people for awhile. I myself use a hearing aid called a Transear which is totally removable b/c I didn’t want to have any kind of a surgical implant. It is all a personal choice of course, but nothing will make you hear as you once did. It is very frustrating.

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I also have hearing loss in my right ear but m using bi-cross hearing aids(may be thats the best solution u can try) but as u said everyone has personal choice in that way, i m looking for natural solution(either surgery or opeartion) so that i can get natural hearing as m young now.

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