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By the age of 4, your child may tell you he or she is having trouble hearing or understanding others. You can ask your child questions about his or her hearing.
You can also watch your child's behavior to check for hearing loss. If you notice a change, your child might have hearing loss. Does your child:
Your child's teacher may notice behavior that would mean your child is not hearing well, such as talking in a loud voice or not following instructions.
Current as of:
May 4, 2022
Author: Healthwise StaffMedical Review: William H. Blahd Jr. MD, FACEP - Emergency MedicineKathleen Romito MD - Family MedicineCharles M. Myer III MD - Otolaryngology
Current as of: May 4, 2022
Author: Healthwise Staff
Medical Review:William H. Blahd Jr. MD, FACEP - Emergency Medicine & Kathleen Romito MD - Family Medicine & Charles M. Myer III MD - Otolaryngology
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