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Self-Evaluate Your Hearing Loss >>

To be able to evaluate out how much hearing loss you have, please answer all questions below and then submit your answers.

Questions Yes No
1. Do people often complain that you aren't listening?
2. Do people often complain that you turn the TV volume too high?
3. Do you understand men's voices better than women's?
4. Do you have trouble hearing birds or the wind in the trees?
5. Do many people you talk to seem to mumble (or not speak clearly)?
6. Do you have to ask people to repeat themselves frequently, even in quiet rooms?
7. Do you need to turn toward the person speaking or cup your ear to understand what is being said?
8. Do people get annoyed because you misunderstand what they say?
9. Do you miss hearing common sounds, like the ringing of the phone or doorbell?
10. Do you have difficulty hearing in public gatherings like concert halls, theaters, houses of worship, where sound sources are far from the listener?
11. Do you have difficulty hearing on a mobile or telephone?
12. Do you have trouble understanding conversation within a group of people?
13. Do you avoid group meetings, social occasions, or family gatherings where listening may be difficult or where one may feel embarrassed about misunderstanding what is being said?
14. Has a friend or family member mentioned that you could have a hearing problem?
15. Do you have dizziness, pain, or ringing in your ears?


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