Discussion in 'Support' started by max52, Aug 28, 2015.
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Just a bit nervous about my test coming up...thanks
No . Absolutely not. You will be fine!
Yep, I agree with @SoulStation. Nothing to worry about. Your tinnitus may briefly feel a little ramped up, but it will drop back down. At least my experience. And I have had quite a few hearing tests in the past two years.
No, hearing tests do not use loud sounds.
And if it helps, maybe you could ask whoever is doing the test on you to have some sort of signal to pause or stop the test if you get too anxious or nervous. That's what I do with all my doctors for any kind of test now and most of them comply with the idea... Dunno with hearing tests though.
Classic panic question: Can <insert soft noise or activity unrelated to ears> make things worse?
There are lots of them on this forum.
Answer: No, calm down and take your anti anxiety meds.
One of the stupidest questions I've heard about tinnitus is "can I get infected with tinnitus?" Lol
No audio grams start from low to higher sounds if you heard that low sound u click a button so it proceeds to the next frequency
No worries about it I've had countless of hearing tests and crap shoved in my ears (lol some plasticine stuff at one point) and nothing happened! My tests always start high to low (its kinda predictable) it'll be fine but you should try what Derpytia said though
Hi , you will be fine.
normal hearing range boarder line is 20db and hearing above 80db can cause problem's .The longer and louder sound gets....lol glynis