Q&A: What can make you lose the hearing in one ear but not the other and at a young age?

Question by Tea: What can make you lose the hearing in one ear but not the other and at a young age?
I’m in my thirties, and I am noticeably losing the hearing in my right ear but not in the left. What could be causing this? I don’t listen to loud music, and I’m generally very careful about not subjecting myself to loud noise? I also don’t get ear infections.

Is there anything else besides loud noise and ear infections that could cause hearing loss and in only one ear?
Thanks everyone, for all the great information and advice.

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6 Responses to “Q&A: What can make you lose the hearing in one ear but not the other and at a young age?”

  1. George D says:

    injury

  2. Rach:) says:

    talking on the phone too much?
    haha jk..Idk

  3. R3Y_R3Yz MomMy<3 says:

    you could of damaged your ear drum….
    ummm….do you clean your ears with cutips?you coulve went to deep in your ear and damaged it.like you said it couldve been a really loud noise…..or you have just really sensitive ears.

  4. carnivorus butterfly pagan vt says:

    an ear infection.
    a blow to the ear.
    wax build up.

  5. banjaran says:

    First you should go to an ENT specialist…..some time it can be due to sinus or it can be due to teeth problem .

  6. Dustin says:

    A massive injury can cause it. Or, you might be developing candida. If I were you, I would visit a naturopath and have your ears candled. You’re naturopath might be able to pinpoint the problem. Ear candle therapy is very relaxing. When I had it done three months ago, all my allergies disappeared and my constant tenitis was gone. I guarantee that’s the best thing you can do for your ears.


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