Difficulty in hearing

What Are The First Signs Of Hearing Loss?

By Dr. Arpit Sharma, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Decreased hearing can be the result of less sound reaching the Inner Ear (Conductive Loss) or Less Sensation traveling from the Inner Ear to the Brain (Sensorineural loss) . Conductive Hearing Loss- Causes: 1. Wax blocking the External Canal 2. Hole in Eardrum 3. Mucus Filling…

Hearing Loss – How To Handle It?

By Dr. Amol Patil, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Decreased hearing can be the result of less sound reaching the Inner Ear (Conductive Loss) or Less Sensation traveling from the Inner Ear to the Brain (Sensorineural loss). Conductive Hearing Loss- Causes: 1. Wax blocking the External Canal 2. Hole in Eardrum 3. Mucus Filling the…

Management Of Acute Otitis Media In Children!

By Dr. Brajpal Singh Tyagi, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT), Otitis Media is a form of ear infection that occurs due to inflammation of the middle ear. The Eustachian tube that runs through the middle ear to the back of your throat gets blocked or becomes swollen, trapping fluids inside the ear. The trapped liquid…

Conductive and Sensorineural Causes of Hearing Loss

By Dr. Madhulika Sharma , Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Decreased hearing can be the result of less sound reaching the Inner Ear (Conductive Loss) or Less Sensation traveling from the Inner Ear to the Brain (Sensorineural loss) . Conductive Hearing Loss- Causes: 1. Wax blocking the External Canal 2. Hole in Eardrum 3. Mucus…

Decreased Hearing – Know Everything About It!

By Dr. Zeenat Sultana , Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Decreased hearing can be the result of less sound reaching the Inner Ear (Conductive Loss) or Less Sensation traveling from the Inner Ear to the Brain (Sensorineural loss) . Conductive Hearing Loss- Causes: Wax blocking the External Canal Hole in Eardrum Mucus Filling the Middle…

All About Decreased Hearing

By Dr Manish Prakash , Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Decreased hearing can be the result of less sound reaching the Inner Ear (Conductive Loss) or Less Sensation traveling from the Inner Ear to the Brain (Sensorineural loss) . Conductive Hearing Loss- Causes: 1. Wax blocking the External Canal 2. Hole in Eardrum 3. Mucus…