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Old 10-03-12, 10:20 PM   #1
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Hearing aids?

So I paid a visit to an audiologist on Tuesday. Instead of the usual "yep, you're still deaf in the right, left is pretty normal, have a nice day", she actually said there was something out to help me with my unilateral hearing loss:

http://www.phonak.com/us/b2c/en/prod.../overview.html

I'm going in for a trial at the end of the month and I'll have 30 days to decide if it is worth $3k to not make people stay on my left all the time and to stop guessing which side of the room my toddler is hiding on.

Do any of you guys wear a hearing aid, and if so, do you have any wisdom for me? I'd ask my grandfather... but he passed in '09.

If you don't have any wisdom, the usual Foo shenanigans may ensue. Please post on my left or I may not hear you.
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I have no experience with them personally, but I'd have to say it's up to you whether or not it's worth the convenience or inconvenience as it may be. I know my SO has some hearing loss (which he swears he doesn't) and I get sick of hearing, 'What, What, What!?' tens of times a day.
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I wear Oticons. get them - if you don't you are getting more isolated without even knowing it. Good luck
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I have no experience with them personally, but I'd have to say it's up to you whether or not it's worth the convenience or inconvenience as it may be. I know my SO has some hearing loss (which he swears he doesn't) and I get sick of hearing, 'What, What, What!?' tens of times a day.
maybe you should speak up and more clearly.
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Yeah, totally. Sounds like you have experience.
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3K to gain some hearing back? I would be knocking their door down. Go get it!
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I've been wearing hearing aids intermittently for years. Currently I've a pair of Phonaks (courtesy of the VA). I have no particular words of wisdom but only an observation-the times I do wear them I'm startled at how really loud the world is!
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For $3K I expect a Phonak jersey included for no extra charge.
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I too am deaf in my left ear and tried the CROS type aids a few years back. I had very little hearing loss in the right so it was elected to give me a NON amplified RIGHT receiver unit along with the LEFT unit that held a microphone. I had only one issue with the units I had (can't remember the brand) the unit that fit my GOOD right ear which held the receiver was so bulky that it cut down on the natural sound I heard in that ear, and that really bothered me. It was slightly muffled. The units also squealed whenever I go got around certain electrical equipment, like computer monitors - which was pretty inconvenient as I work in IT.

I eventually gave them up because I seem to produce so much ear wax that the RIGHT unit got plugged up regularly and had to be taken in for cleaning. With the muffling issue and the cleaning and the generally poor service I was getting I just got discouraged and stopped using them.

At my last audiologist checkup (different doctor) we again discussed them. It seems that the receiver unit is much smaller so it blocks less sound in the good ear (not an issue if you need amplification in that ear too) and they won't squeal around monitors, largely because we now use flat screens and the units use a different frequency. I elected not to get them, I've been this way all my life and it just didn't seem worth it to take another chance, as I would yet again have to shell out big bucks for them, my insurance will not cover them.

Just thought you'd like to hear from another person who used them.
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Don't think I am not going to try.
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I have had a bilateral hearing loss since birth, and I am now 52. I have about a 55% loss combined. I bought a pair of bilateral aids back in 2004, and I have been wondering if the technology has advanced at all such that I should go in for another assessment. Cost is a major barrier: they cost me $ 7000 back in 2004 which I paid out of pocket. I have no insurance coverage for hearing aids. I primarily wear them at work, where they come in handy for meetings. I still cannot hear whispers, aids or no aids.
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Hearing aids? Did you have unprotected oral sex?
Uhh, a) no, b) eww, and c) I don't get it.

Actually, I am at the very least missing my vestibular aqueducts and I might also have Meniere's.

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I too am deaf in my left ear and tried the CROS type aids a few years back. I had very little hearing loss in the right so it was elected to give me a NON amplified RIGHT receiver unit along with the LEFT unit that held a microphone. I had only one issue with the units I had (can't remember the brand) the unit that fit my GOOD right ear which held the receiver was so bulky that it cut down on the natural sound I heard in that ear, and that really bothered me. It was slightly muffled. The units also squealed whenever I go got around certain electrical equipment, like computer monitors - which was pretty inconvenient as I work in IT.

I eventually gave them up because I seem to produce so much ear wax that the RIGHT unit got plugged up regularly and had to be taken in for cleaning. With the muffling issue and the cleaning and the generally poor service I was getting I just got discouraged and stopped using them.

At my last audiologist checkup (different doctor) we again discussed them. It seems that the receiver unit is much smaller so it blocks less sound in the good ear (not an issue if you need amplification in that ear too) and they won't squeal around monitors, largely because we now use flat screens and the units use a different frequency. I elected not to get them, I've been this way all my life and it just didn't seem worth it to take another chance, as I would yet again have to shell out big bucks for them, my insurance will not cover them.

Just thought you'd like to hear from another person who used them.
Very interesting. Because my left is normal, these are behind-the-ear units with the little pipe into the good ear.
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Very interesting. Because my left is normal, these are behind-the-ear units with the little pipe into the good ear.
My receiver unit was a full in the ear type so that's why it blocked so much sound, and not being amplified itself made me feel awkward, even with the hearing gained by the other unit.

Things have surely improved since then and it may not be an issue for you.
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I have no experience with them personally, but I'd have to say it's up to you whether or not it's worth the convenience or inconvenience as it may be. I know my SO has some hearing loss (which he swears he doesn't) and I get sick of hearing, 'What, What, What!?' tens of times a day.
And use a bigger font too. Not that I need it.....
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I've worn aids for 10 years or so ?, maybe more. The early versions were the in-the-ear style, cheap enough at around $500 ea.. Issues I had that made me remove them on occasion:

- Itching in the ear.
- A "pinkie-in-ear" plugged feeling that could be annoying and replicated that plugged-ear-while-shouting feeling.

Thus I would remove them, then I'd lose one, or it would get broken, etc...

For the past 1-1/2 years I've used the Kirtland series from Costco. They cost $2000 for the pair. I tried a hearing aid provider at my work place (a college) and found them to be pricey with poor customer service. Costco has terrific customer service as well as a great warranty.

The model I use are over-the-ear models, that have a thin tube to a speaker that sits in the ear canal. It's pretty much unnoticable. The in the ear unit has a rubber head that can get clogged with wax, but if you keep spare heads, it's easy to swap and clean out later.

These are all digital with rechargeable batteries (comes with a charger, or can use standard batteries). The all digital versions work very well and have 4 user settings for different environments (restaurant, movie, etc...). You can also get (for an add'l $300) a Bluetooth interface that allows an iPod to connect or can pair to a cell phone. Pretty snazzy.

I find the Costco units sensitive to water (sweat) and do not use them on the bike. They do make waterproof covers for them. I've had to return one unit that failed due to sweat, but they replaced under warranty.
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I just emailed the audiologist and switched the test units to the water-resistant kind. One of my worst nightmares is getting run over by someone on the right and not hearing my own imminent demise, so I'd like to at least try them on the bike.
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One of my worst nightmares is getting run over by someone on the right and not hearing my own imminent demise, so I'd like to at least try them on the bike.
Yes, even though I was evidently born this way being deaf on one side can be dangerous. Although I seem to be hampered with difficulty in spatial awareness, I cannot determine where sounds emanate from, everything sounds like it comes from everywhere to me.

Please let us know what you find out, I may just pursue getting them again.
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Long rows of parallel-parked cars freak me out, as I can't hear them running next to me. I just stay out of the door zone and look for cars with drivers in them.
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I just emailed the audiologist and switched the test units to the water-resistant kind. One of my worst nightmares is getting run over by someone on the right and not hearing my own imminent demise, so I'd like to at least try them on the bike.
I've never worn my aids whole riding as the wind noise was too annoying. As well, I've found that I can hear the lower frequencies fine and can usuallyt hear cars coming about as well as my cycling buddies. Remember that most hearing loss is in the mid-upper ranges, what is known as the voice range, but that's me. Your mileage may vary.
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I'm not sure my sister-in-law would like the idea of wearing an appliance in her left ear.
Is is noticable?

She lost her audio due to the removal of a tumor.
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I've never worn my aids whole riding as the wind noise was too annoying. As well, I've found that I can hear the lower frequencies fine and can usuallyt hear cars coming about as well as my cycling buddies. Remember that most hearing loss is in the mid-upper ranges, what is known as the voice range, but that's me. Your mileage may vary.
My right-side hearing loss is pretty complete. It has to be pretty loud to catch me on the right.
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I'm not sure my sister-in-law would like the idea of wearing an appliance in her left ear.
Is is noticable?

She lost her audio due to the removal of a tumor.
I'll post pics in 3 weeks.
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