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Hearing Self Evaluation: Do You Need Hearing Aids?

This brief questionnaire can give you an idea of whether you are experiencing some degree of hearing loss.

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I have a problem hearing over the telephone.

I have trouble following the conversation when two or more people are talking at the same time.

I have trouble understanding things on TV.

I have to strain to understand conversations.

I have to worry about missing a telephone ring or doorbell.

I have trouble hearing conversations in a noisy background, such as a crowded room or restaurant.

I get confused about where sounds come from.

I misunderstand some words in a sentence and need to ask people to repeat themselves.

I especially have trouble understanding the speech of women and children.

I have trouble understanding the speaker in a large room, such as at a meeting or place of worship.

Many people I talk to seem to mumble (or do not speak clearly).

People get annoyed because I misunderstand what they say.

I misunderstand what others are saying and make inappropriate responses.

I avoid social activities because I cannot hear well and fear I will reply improperly.

Family members and friends have told me they think I may have a hearing loss.

Do you have a blood relative with a hearing loss?

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The score of your hearing quiz is: 14
Your hearing is fine. No action is required. However, it is important to protect your hearing against loud noises, music, machinery, etc. Also, if any of the following conditions exist, you should be seen by one of our audiologists.
  • Visible congenital or traumatic deformity of the ear.
  • History of active drainage from the ear within the previous 90 days.
  • History or sudden or rapidly progressive hearing loss within the previous 90 days.
  • Acute or chronic dizziness.
  • Unilateral (one ear) hearing loss of sudden or recent onset within the previous 90 days.
  • Visible evidence of significant cerumen (earwax) accumulation or a foreign body in the ear canal.
  • Pain or discomfort in the ear.
These recommendations are supported by the American Academy of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery, Inc. and American Academy of Audiologists
Your score suggests that you may have a problem with your hearing. We recommend you schedule an appointment with one of our professionals for a complete evaluation of your hearing. Click here to book an appointment with one of our hearing aid professionals

Many people can answer yes to at least one question. But if you answer yes to two or more, it’s time for a more thorough hearing loss investigation.

Try keeping track of your hearing experiences for a few days or a week. Track the number of times you experience difficulty in conversation, or how often you ask someone to repeat themselves. Ask a friend to set the TV volume to a comfortable listening level; is it loud enough for you to hear comfortably? What do your answers tell you?

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