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I went to ESL”s Air and Water Show over Lake Ontario. Massive fighter jets that went over 600mph.?

By admin - Wed May 02, 11:46 pm


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Question by Evil Laurie :) : I went to ESL”s Air and Water Show over Lake Ontario. Massive fighter jets that went over 600mph.?
The sound was deafening. My hearing is off and it feels like my eustachian tubes are swollen. Will this go away on it’s own or should I see an ENT specialist?

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Answer by Johnny two socks
sorry dear you half deaf now

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    this is really more of a medical question than a survey but, it’ll probably go away on it’s own but, if it hasn’t within 24 hours, see a doctor.

    PS I am not a doctor or in any way knowledgeable about medicine so don’t get the idea that I know what I’m talking about.

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    It will go away but you may have suffered a slight permanent hearing loss.

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    You want to take those cheap foam earplugs, just the thing for these low level deafen’ers.
    If you were a aircraft technician you would be wearing high grade hearing protection.
    It should go away within a week if there wasn’t any other previous hearing damage; like from seeing too many loud bands, or working on building sites etc, (failing to use hearing protection in a consistently noisy environment.)

    Some consider that suburban people have a 5 to 20% hearing degradation simply from background noise exposure, and the harsh audible noise prevalent in modern cities. (occurring early in their lives, not later; while the hearing is developing through early childhood)
    This is why you never yell or expose children or dogs to loud noise, like mowers, and loud music etc)

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