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When people ask me about being deaf in one ear, I tell them,
Sudden hearing loss. Single Sided Deafness. Conductive Hearing Loss. Unilateral hearing loss.

Whatever you call it, not being able to hear out of one ear just doesn’t sound right.

It can be unsettling. It can be challenging. But just because you lost your hearing in one ear doesn’t mean you have to lose yourself.

You can get educated about hearing loss and recent treatment advances and get on with your life.

Sounds better, right?

Get connected with other people who are dealing with SSD

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Diseases such as measles, mumps or meningitis
Severe Meniere’s disease
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