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Thu, Mar 7 10:43am · High frequency hearing test: What hearing aids are best? in Hearing Loss

I asked at Costco in California he said he will gives me 30 minutes to walk around to try it inside the Costco. Anyway I don't believe any hearing aids will help for severe high frequency loss like mine.

Mon, Mar 4 5:23pm · High frequency hearing test: What hearing aids are best? in Hearing Loss

80-85 That is very high like mine I hoping to hear from someone to see what they did to improve their hearing.

Mon, Mar 4 1:06am · High frequency hearing test: What hearing aids are best? in Hearing Loss

Also my hearing loss is severe you might have mild hearing loss.
Hearing aids might help with mild and moderate but not for severe.
Degree of hearing loss Hearing loss range (dB HL)
Mild 26 to 40
Moderate 41 to 55
Moderately severe 56 to 70
Severe 71 to 90

Mon, Mar 4 12:59am · High frequency hearing test: What hearing aids are best? in Hearing Loss

There is no hearing aids for high frequency hearing loss but some hearing aids compress the high frequency to lower frequency to be able to hear it but they don't sounds same and needs some therapy to train you to recognize the compressed sound so most Audiologist can't helps in that matter.

Sun, Mar 3 9:09pm · High frequency hearing test: What hearing aids are best? in Hearing Loss

My hearing loss is so sever in high frequency l don't think hearing aids helps, at Costco they have Resound around $2900 but they don't have trail period to try it. I like to know if someone similar to my hearing loss what helped him/her.

Sun, Mar 3 12:29pm · High frequency hearing test: What hearing aids are best? in Hearing Loss

Please see the attached hearing test, I would like to know what type hearing aids will helps me to hear better for my high frequency hearing loss.

Sun, Mar 3 9:48am · Hearing aids in Hearing Loss

I went back for adjustment after 10 years from purchase date with no charge. But they don't have one month trial time when you purchase it in California.