I’ll ring in with everyone else…
Go see an ENT and get a complete hearing evaluation.
Low freuency loss esp. in women can be an indicator of other issues.
Also, not all the people you will meet at HA dealers are audiologists. (It can vary from place to place)
On the plus side, It is kind of nice to hear that someone went to Miracle Ear and they didn’t try to sell you a hearing aid
I too have a low frequency loss and can’t hear my hubby. Noise is a particular issue with LF loss because the noise reduction systems in the HAs can actually supress the very frequency ranges I am trying to enhance.
It is very easy for the mid & high frequencies to overwhelm the lower tones.
I can hear a waitress in the niosiest situations, but can’t hear Hubby across the table.
The best part of getting a thorough hearing test is you will go home with an audiogram to show proof to your spouse that it is NOT “selective” hearing.