@johnwright123 You bring up an interesting point. I've often wondered how they can reliably test hearing when the tinnitus can mask the tones. My guess is that they cannot. You mentioned that you had more than one test and had gotten the same result. It does seem odd that the diagnosis was a high frequency hearing loss. I always tell people to walk out of a hearing test with a copy of your audiogram. It should be kept with all of your medical records. When you change audiologists, they will not know the results of your tests from a different clinic. There is no national database. If you take your previous audiogram when you get retested, you can question why there may be a difference. Did you get a copy of the audiogram? If so, did they both look close to the same?
Tony in Michigan