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General Physician - Answered on May 23, 2023

Dr Karthiyayini Mahadevan has been practising for 30 years.
She specialises in general medicine, child development and senior citizen care.
A graduate from Madurai Medical College, she has DNB training in paediatrics and a postgraduate degree in developmental neurology.
She has trained in Tai chi, eurythmy, Bothmer gymnastics, spacial dynamics and yoga.
She works with children with development difficulties at Sparrc Institute and is the head of wellness for senior citizens at Columbia Pacific Communities.... more
RAJENDRA Question by RAJENDRA on May 16, 2023Hindi
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My grand son is 21 yr old reading in national law university. when he was 11 year old suddenly he suffer bilateral; hearing loss. In left year severe to profound and in right year severe. At that time he was given hypobaric therapy at Ahmedabad and hearing aid just after we notice his problem, Some how he was managing his life and study. By birth his testes (one) was inside her stomach. At the age of 11 years (3 months before he developed loss) he was operated but Doctor say it is non functional. On 29th April this year he suddenly stopped hearing from machines , and we tried many machine but no response Now he is prescribed 5 steroids' injection each with 5 days gap directly in ear and vitamin B16 . One tab Montelukast+ Allegra and nasal spray. He is also taking hyperbaric. therapy. He has thyroid value for T3,T4,THS is normal range but TOP is very large 1000. He also have unusual growth of bones. So far it appears that. from treatment there no apparent progress in right ear which was better earlier . He also suffer little cold like problem just before he lost hearing. His left ear is same as earlier giving some response. Please guide what remedy we should follow so that he regain his hearing. Rajendra Prasad Tripathi

Ans: Hearing is one of the senses. It looks to me your grand son must be having sensorineural loss. Hearing aid may not help.
But there are many ways he could adapt a lifestyle using the other senses.
Physically working with his balance and coordination will help to achieve a different quality to his sense of listening
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