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Australia’s #1 Direct to Consumer Hearing Aids

New Zealand’s #1 Direct to Consumer Hearing Aids

200+ Five Star Reviews

5 Star Rating

Hearing Loss Percentage Results

Thanks for using the PocketAid Hearing Loss Percentage Calculator Tool! Check out your results below.

your results:

Hearing Loss Type:

Left Ear: -

Partial Frequency Hearing Loss (PFHL)

Mid-Level Hearing Loss (MLHL) – Mild-Moderate Category

Comprehensive Hearing Loss (CHL)

Normal Hearing

Right Ear: -

Partial Frequency Hearing Loss (PFHL)
Mid-Level Hearing Loss (MLHL) – Mild-Moderate Category

Comprehensive Hearing Loss (CHL)

Normal Hearing

Loss Percentage by Frequency:

Left Ear:

Hearing Loss Percentage (%) by Frequency (Hz)

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Right Ear:

Hearing Loss Percentage (%) by Frequency (Hz)

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%
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1000Hz
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4000Hz

Average Loss Percentage:

Left Ear:

85%

Right Ear:

62%

Left Ear: Detailed Information

Type 1: Partial Frequency Hearing Loss (PFHL) - Ultra-Mild Category

You fall into the Ultra-Mild category, known as Partial Frequency Hearing Loss (PFHL). This means your hearing ability is largely intact, with only specific frequencies being harder to hear. People in this category often experience slight challenges in noisy environments or with very soft sounds. The good news is, you are suitable for a PocketAid! PocketAid hearing aids are designed to enhance those specific frequencies you struggle with, making everyday sounds clearer and more distinct without overwhelming your natural hearing capacity.

Type 2: Mid-Level Hearing Loss (MLHL) - Mild-Moderate Category

Congratulations! You are in the Mild-Moderate category, identified as Mid-Level Hearing Loss (MLHL). This category indicates that while your hearing loss is more noticeable than in the Ultra-Mild category, it’s not to the extent that it significantly hampers your daily activities. You might find certain conversations difficult to follow, especially in noisy surroundings. You are suitable for a PocketAid! PocketAid hearing aids are engineered to provide you with the clarity and amplification needed to bridge the gap in your hearing, enhancing your ability to engage with the world around you.

Type 3: Comprehensive Hearing Loss (CHL):

This level of hearing loss affects the entire spectrum of speech frequencies. With this type of hearing loss, a hearing aid is assisting you across a larger range of hearing frequencies. If you have a significant or severe hearing loss across all major frequencies, it’s likely you fall within this category, and you may need to consider seeing a hearing specialist.

Normal Hearing

Based on the information provided, you do not have any hearing loss in your left ear.

Right Ear: Detailed Information

Type 1: Partial Frequency Hearing Loss (PFHL)

You fall into the Ultra-Mild category, known as Partial Frequency Hearing Loss (PFHL). This means your hearing ability is largely intact, with only specific frequencies being harder to hear. People in this category often experience slight challenges in noisy environments or with very soft sounds. The good news is, you are suitable for a PocketAid! PocketAid hearing aids are designed to enhance those specific frequencies you struggle with, making everyday sounds clearer and more distinct without overwhelming your natural hearing capacity.

Type 2: Mid-Level Hearing Loss (MLHL) - Mild-Moderate Category

Congratulations! You are in the Mild-Moderate category, identified as Mid-Level Hearing Loss (MLHL). This category indicates that while your hearing loss is more noticeable than in the Ultra-Mild category, it’s not to the extent that it significantly hampers your daily activities. You might find certain conversations difficult to follow, especially in noisy surroundings. You are suitable for a PocketAid! PocketAid hearing aids are engineered to provide you with the clarity and amplification needed to bridge the gap in your hearing, enhancing your ability to engage with the world around you.

Type 3: Comprehensive Hearing Loss (CHL) - Severe Category

You fall into the Severe Category, known as Comprehensive Hearing Loss (CHL). This level of hearing loss means that most sounds are difficult to hear, even in quiet environments, and it significantly affects your ability to communicate effectively. Unfortunately, you are not suitable for a PocketAid. Devices in this category are designed for individuals with milder forms of hearing loss and may not provide the level of support you need. We recommend seeking a consultation with a hearing specialist who can guide you towards solutions specifically tailored to meet the demands of comprehensive hearing loss, including more advanced hearing aids or other assistive technologies.

Normal Hearing

Based on the information provided, you do not have any hearing loss in your right ear.

Thanks For Using the Hearing Loss Percentage Calculator Tool

Feel free to come back and use the hearing loss percentage calculator as your hearing changes over time. You can also tell a friend about the hearing loss locator by entering their email and contact number below.

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