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Unilateral tinnitus - yet ENTs refusing
I have visited already 3 ENTs, and did 3 audiogrames, in the 3rd audiogramme testing (the most advanced since it included Tonal + Vocal), it turned out I have a very very mild hearing loss - my ENT called it noise-induced hearing loss and asked me if I got ever exposed to some sudden loud sound - I don't remember though. Like the other 2 ENTs before him, he also refuses my request for a MRI or CT scan, he sees it unnecessary. But I am reading in all
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Hello there. If they find out unnecessary, then they won't prescribe it. Nothing wrong in that. I understand that you would have read on Google, but Google isn't a doctor is it? So either follow your doctor's advice or consult Google itself.
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