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What can an audiologist do for my otosclerosis?

An audiologist can help test for and treat your otosclerosis. An audiologist is the person who is trained to administer hearing tests. These tests can help show what kind and what degree of hearing loss you may have. Audiologists can also fit, and help you make your choice of hearing aid because they understand the differences in people's hearing losses. An audiologist may help you learn about other ways you can treat any hearing impairment you may have. they can also help you learn about things you can do in your daily life to cope with hearing loss.

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