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“Why would I need two hearing aids when I only have one bad ear?

Sound familiar? You’re not alone. That’s one of the most common questions people ask when trying to understand and treat their hearing loss. And, if you don’t yet know a lot about hearing loss, wearing one hearing aid would definitely seem like the most affordable, common-sense way to go. Because why try to fix something that isn’t broken, right?

But many people don’t realize they actually have bilateral hearing loss — hearing loss in both ears — and most likely it’s just more noticeable on one side. Just because you think one ear is better than the other, doesn’t mean that it’s in great shape. It’s important to get a professional hearing test to show the degree of hearing loss in both ears.

This is a promotion by Hearing Aid Clinics in cooperation with Social Blue.