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Have difficulty following conversations involving 2 or more people.
equire frequent repetitions (say “huh” or “what” often).
Think that other people sound muffled or like they’re mumbling.
Have difficulty hearing in noisy situations, like conferences, restaurants, malls, or crowded rooms.
Have trouble hearing women and children.
Have your TV or radio turned up to a high volume.
Answer or respond inappropriately in conversations.
Have ringing in your ears.
Read lips or more intently watch people’s faces when they speak to you.
Have a family history of hearing loss.
Take medications that can be harmful to the hearing system (ototoxic drugs).
Have diabetes, heart, circulation, or thyroid problems.
Have been exposed to very loud sounds over a long period of time or single exposure to explosive noise.
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