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Hello Dr.Nagler,

First or all say sorry for my English, im come from Italy and i can express myself as much as i would like to.

I just read almost all your answers in this forum and it make me very encourage, just your words transmit kind of calm.

I had a very bad time lately and it was more complicated with my tinnitus a few months ago, so i make a decision one month ago and i started with a CBT Theraphy, im getting better little by little.

I did my audiology test las week and it show i lost 15 db in my left ear and 10 in my right in the 4000 hz, this kind of loss is neurosensiorial loss?, can you give to me any tip to keep in mind¿.

Thank very much for your time, best regards from Italy.



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First or all say sorry for my English, im come from Italy and i can express myself as much as i would like to.

I think you express yourself quite well, Marco.

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I just read almost all your answers in this forum and it make me very encourage, just your words transmit kind of calm.

Thank you, my friend. Perhaps one of the reasons I convey a kind of calm is that if there's a mistake to be made in all of this, likely I have already made it!

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I had a very bad time lately and it was more complicated with my tinnitus a few months ago, so i make a decision one month ago and i started with a CBT Theraphy, im getting better little by little.

Excellent. I am happy to hear that you are slowly getting better. I can only add that little setbacks are the norm. So when they happen, please do not let them throw you.

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I did my audiology test las week and it show i lost 15 db in my left ear and 10 in my right in the 4000 hz, this kind of loss is neurosensiorial loss?, can you give to me any tip to keep in mind¿.

The kind of audiogram you describe can represent either a sensorineural loss or a conductive loss. In order to tell the difference, I would need to know about something called your "air bone gap." That said, either way your hearing loss is in the mild range.

In terms of any tips I might have to offer, you might start out with Tinnitus 101. CLICK HERE

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Thank very much for your time, best regards from Italy.

You are most welcome. And best regards from Atlanta!

Dr. Stephen Nagler
Atlanta Tinnitus Consultants, LLC

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Hi Dr.Nagler,
Thank very much for your time and your advices, 
have a nice weekend
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Hi Dr.Nagler,
Thank very much for your time and your advices, 
have a nice weekend

Glad to help.

All the best to you!

stephen nagler

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Doctor Nagler: How can I communicate with you privately?  Thank-you in advance for your reply
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Doctor Nagler: How can I communicate with you privately?  Thank-you in advance for your reply

CLICK HERE

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thank-you sir. i forwarded you a message, my email address is in the message. 
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thank-you sir. i forwarded you a message, my email address is in the message. 

I received it and already responded.

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