I had a hearing test which showed a conductive hearing loss. You need to go see an ENT. Four days later another hearing test, no conductive hearing loss. You need to go see an ENT, because you have an asymmetrical hearing loss. Waiting for the appointment with the ENT.
I suffer from non-allergic rhinitis which means I almost always have some amount of post nasal drip and accumulations in the sinuses and occasionally a feeling of pressure in the ears. I take medications for the condition and on some days it is well controlled, other days not so much.
Do you have an explanation for the conductive hearing loss? The tests were done by two different audis. Is it possible that the conductive hearing loss is related to the non-allergic rhinitis? A bad patient who didn’t respond appropriately (that would be me)? A bad test technique? The second test included tympanometry and the audi is pretty sure the loss is sensorineural. Thank you for your advice and guidance.