Type 2 diabetes symptoms: Hearing loss could signal unhealthy blood sugar levels

But it’s important to note hearing loss can have many different causes.

Sudden hearing loss in one ear may be due to earwax, an infection, a perforated (burst) eardrum or Menierer’s disease, advises the NHS.

Sudden hearing loss in both ears may be due to damage from a very loud noise, or taking certain medicines that can affect hearing.

Gradual hearing loss in one ear may be due to something inside the ear, such as fluid (glue ear), a bony growth (otosclerosis) or a build-up of skin cells (cholesteatoma).


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