I have now entered the audiogram results - apologies for not doing my homework and doing this earlier…
My wife has hearing aids… They are as prescribed by the NHS (UK _ National Health Service) and I can not tell you what make or number she has fitted. I am sure they are 'run of the mill but sensible fittings.
Gilly (My wife) has had hearing aids for 15 years plus. However based on my attempts at conversations with her loss is becommin g more marked.
Recently she suffered from what was diagnosed as ‘Vertigo’ but the normal test of rolling eye balls etc were not observed. However the GP (General Practitioner) dmitted her for further screening because he was suspicious of a stroke induced ‘vertigo’. A minor stroke (historical) was observed but further tests were requested and three days ago an MRI was done.
The MRI results are not known but as soon as they are I will publish the results.
Gilly’s hearing loss has, from my perspective, become worse. Whether this is because of damage to the HAs or not has yet to be discerned. Tests are being done by NHS.
So this is work in progress.
My original question still stands… Is the audiogram showing a hearing loss that can reasonablby be expected to be handled by current technology and if so can anybody give any advice as to where to start looking.
PS: I am a bit of a techie so I am happy to be pointed in any direction!