Agree with you…..100%.
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lioness thank you for info…please continue to keep us updated on how these are working for you.
Yes, I've had many conversations with my audiologist about my tinnitus and the many hearing aids offered on the market. The ones I purchased were suppose to be top of the line in helping with tinnitus, however they did not help mine at all. These hearing aids certainly helped for hearing, but with the noise factor I have to deal with 24/7, they did nothing. Getting opinions and hearing the experiences of what others like lioness who are actually wearing these different hearing aids will definitely be a big influence when I purchase my next set of aids.
Thank you so much for update on how the new hearing aids are working for your tinnitus, lioness. I am going to check out heartech site and do a little research on them. I would sure be pleased if I could purchase aids that helped more than the ones I presently have that were very expensive, but really have did "nothing" to lessen noise. Me and my wallet would be thrilled if I could find a pair that wouldn't be so costly and above all, help me hear better! Is there a specific type or model number that you purchased?
You need to reply to Lioness, Mari. Lioness purchased these aids from HEARtech, I did not. I had replied to her as I was very interested in finding out how well they were working for her tinnitus since I also have this condition.
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Glad these new hearing aids helped your tinnitus. I am wondering if canal aids are better option for those of us with tinnitus. I have not used in-ear aids, so interesting to get opinion of others on whether those who have tinnitus feel they help the condition better than other type of aids.
You make some solid points and observations. I am impaired hearing, but add Meniere's and tinnitus to the equation and it becomes even a bigger challenge.
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