Nov 04, 2009 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by stemcellsdeafness
RNL BIO's success of stem cell treatment
RNL BIO Rescues a College Student from Autoimmune Hearing Loss - http://www.sys-con.com/hub/1171895 orhttp://www.istockanalyst.com/article...icleid/3605467 ... Read more
Why SNHL is progressive?
Oct 02, 2011 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by giftedlion
I need to comprehend why it is dynamic ? Furthermore, Can we accomplish something from avoiding it to go more? Mine had advanced from mellow in 1994 to extreme/significant in 2011? ... Read more
speech understanding with hearing aid and with tinnitus
Nov 23, 2012 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by taneja
Hi All, I am charmed to be here, quite recently got arbitrator consents by actuation of my record, on account of them as i have plan to get my concern deal with here by individuals on this discussion and clearly with their valuable time for my life which is my ears, ear have more noteworthy effe... Read more
The Latest On Gene Therapy
Apr 21, 2014 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by Motion
Anyone comfortable with this research?http://www.sdjewishworld.com/2014/03...erse-deafness/ ... Read more
Sensorneural stem cells therapy
Jan 06, 2011 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by vasco
Hi to all, Before 8 months I related with specialist Kay Park from RNL Bio and he let me know for Chloe's effective treatment for autoimunne hearing misfortune, yet he didn't know that it will be 100% fruitful treatment for sensorneural hearing misfortune since they don't have enough cases to make... Read more
I don't know if I want to do it anymore...
Mar 28, 2008 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by JennyB
Hi All, So To begin off I will give a breif outline of my listening ability history. I have had some level of hearing misfortune my entire life. I wore helps from when I was 2 until the point that I was 12 and after that quit utilizing them since I was an) a vain youngster, and b) tired of the gre... Read more
Prednisone works for severe hearing loss!
Apr 24, 2015 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by math13
I've been on prednisone for a brief timeframe for the shocking hearing misfortune that impaired me. I've seen when I diminish the dosage my ears start to feel congested and I lose significantly all the more hearing. What is that side effect mean? I've likewise seen that when I take the prednisone I ... Read more
Stem Cells-anything new?
Jan 17, 2011 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by wmcgowin
Just inquisitive, has anybody heard any current authentic news on foundational microorganism inquire about? ... Read more
Hi . I am 36 years of age. Three days back I went to an ENT and was determined to have left side Severe significant hearing lost. The specialist requested a MRI with difference and put me on steroids. This began over 2 weeks prior when I felt my ears got congestive both sides left more than right. I... Read more
treatment stem cells hearing loss Costa Rica ???
Jul 01, 2009 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by miguel angel
are being treated with immature microorganism hearing misfortune in Costa Rica, as I read the blog http://wwwmsviewsandrelatednews.blog...stem-cell.html ? Is that right? on the off chance that you have all the more please share. welcome source: http://www.hearingexchange.com/ubb/u...&f=12&... Read more
I was amazed that tangible hearing misfortune/nerve deafness is the most widely recognized. I thought a great many people experienced difficulty in their eardrum or those bones. I was happy to listen, however, that portable amplifiers are compelling for this hearing misfortune and that I am ready ... Read more
Hi to all, I have a few data sets about undifferentiated cells and can't compose it (can't put joins) since I dont have 15 posts. How to sidestep it? Much obliged, Vasco ... Read more
Definition Sensorineural hearing misfortune (additionally called nerve deafness or sensorineural deafness) is loss of hearing coming about because of issues in the inward ear, in the nerve from the internal ear to the cerebrum, or in the mind. Causes Albeit sensorineural hearing misfortune is vi... Read more
First ever Stem Cell Phase I study planned.
Jan 14, 2012 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by glucas
First ever Stem Cell concentrate to treat hearing misfortune arranged in Houston, Texas.http://www.sacbee.com/2012/01/12/418...y-of-stem.html ... Read more
Children with EVA and moderate to severe hearing loss
May 12, 2011 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by Brandy
I am a mother of three young men, 5 months, 3 years, and 5 years. The sum total of what three have been determined to have broadened vestibular water passage disorder and direct to serious hearing misfortune in both ears. Each of the three wear portable amplifiers. My family is attempting to motivat... Read more
So my specialist just revealed to me that my listening ability misfortune in one ear is because of nerve misfortune. Does any other person have a similar thing, and if so - what was the treatment? I know I have something going ahead with my nerves effectively because of some other issue which hasn't... Read more
Social Security/benefits implications
Jun 12, 2010 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by deafdrummer
I don't see anybody tending to this, yet what might happen if your deafness was enhanced from significantly hard of hearing to respectably hard of hearing? Would you lose your qualification for benefits? Provided that this is true, how might you move to living without benefits? Would there be help f... Read more
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
Mar 06, 2009 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by miguel angel
http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/financing/challenge.htm ... Read more
Sounds fascinating. The medication is called codenamed LY411575. Here's some data: The medication, codenamed LY411575, triggers the recovery of tangible hair cells.http://www.independent.ie/way of life/...- 28956356.html ... Read more
http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/appear/NCT00787189 Cure?? ... Read more
Stem cells heal hearing loss
Nov 07, 2009 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by stemcellsdeafness
Can Stem Cells Cure Deafness?http://www.hearinglossweb.com/Medica.../stem/stem.htm ... Read more
Herba, vitamin and other things that helps improve hearing from your experience
Aug 04, 2011 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by stream2525
what are the Herbs, vitamin and different things that enhances got notification from your experience? We would prefer not to glue from different sources however from your own understanding. ... Read more
I'm new, just bought first hearing aid off amazon
Sep 29, 2011 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by hearing2986
Hello, I am new to the universe of listening devices. I have dependably experienced issues hearing high recurrence sounds. As a youngster, an audiologist disclosed to me nerves in my ears have never completely created. I experienced issues hearing higher recurrence sounds since birth, and they dis... Read more
L Francis gets 20db improvement with stem cells!
Aug 25, 2011 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by Deaf123
http://deafdude1.blogspot.com/2011/0...ment-with.html This most recent post is up on my blog. Don't hesitate to remark here or in my blog. ... Read more
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wellbeing/ar....html?ITO=1490 A cure for deafness could be not too far off after researchers made particular ear cells in the lab. Developed in their thousands, the fragile hairs would one be able to day be transplanted into the inward ear, reestablishing hearing to mi... Read more
Talk on foundational microorganisms and deafness in a gathering for the hard of hearing. http://www.alldeaf.com/portable amplifiers ...stem-cell.html ... Read more
There will be a cure for deafness in 10 years time
Apr 02, 2009 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by miguel angel
http://www.mirror.co.uk/2009/04/02/t...5875-21246282/ Source: http://www.hearingexchange.com/ubb/u...;f=12;t=000599 ... Read more
Is there hope if you have sensorineural loss after an ear infection?
Feb 11, 2015 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by fantasy
Ive read that there is no expectation in the event that you experience the ill effects of the sensorineural hearing misfortune. Still I might want to request your recommendation. Two weeks back, I had a correct ear disease which was treated with Amoxicillin and the release from my ear halted, ye... Read more
Is it possible to regain hearing after ROS noise or antibiotic damage?
Apr 19, 2015 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by math13
After Horrific Hearing Loss and aphasia in the wake of taking anti-microbials I'm attempting to figure out how to save and perhaps repair whatever is left of my hearing.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reactive_oxygen_species A portion of the pubmed articles I've perused show that anti-toxins or clamo... Read more
Any research progress towards distortion measures?
Mar 14, 2010 in Sensorineural Hearing Loss & Stem Cell Research by RoseRodent
It's a given that SN hearing misfortune causes both lost capable of being heard edge and a mutilation of the sound that is gotten. We have PTA testing to discover the limit, however not a great deal of strategies (unquestionably nothing in general use) to discover the bending. Individuals are by and... Read more
Ask a question
Ask a question
Hearing Aid Forum (Recently Moved)
Aug 18, 2019 - ( 0 answers )
Aug 17, 2019 - ( 0 answers )
Sep 23, 2018 - ( 0 answers )
Sep 23, 2018 - ( 0 answers )
Aug 18, 2018 - ( 0 answers )
Digital processing makes a piano no... on "Analog still available?"
I am interested in Unitron US80-PPL... on "I have some analog / older hearing aids if someone is interested"
Do you still have aids available as... on "I have some analog / older hearing aids if someone is interested"
I am a small business owner, expect... on "ComPilot replacement battery"
Looking for Unitron US80 on "I have some analog / older hearing aids if someone is interested"