Anyone wear Nhs hearing aids.

postman

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.Lost this now.But i have just found out i can go to a Specsavers store for advice.
 
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vickster

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Do you moisturise the ears? And keep the hearing aids clean?

Probably worth seeing the doctor too
 

GM

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Hello i might have done this one before,but never mind.,I have two hearing aids,and problems with itchy ears.I think it's eczema.I have real bad itching of both ears.But it seems such a silly thing to bother the Docs.Anyone suffering or did suffer can you offer advice.

Same here Postie. I find it worse in warm weather, I've found that a little bit of this on an earbud rubbed in the ear helps.....

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winjim

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Let's test this theory...

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Old jon

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Location
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Only joined the tin ear club last Tuesday, so I am sorry I have no advice.

Just fits of giggles trying to put the things in every morning.
 
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postman

postman

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Location
,Leeds
Now listen hereI am telling you lot this only.Hearing aid batteries.For some reason our Leeds Health Authority Hearing and Balance Centre.Has stopped supplying batteries to Doctors Surgeries,i don't know why but it has caused chaos here in my part of Leeds.There are only certain days in the month and about a two hour window,to get you hearing aids sorted out.It was stupid and chaos at our first time,thirty seven people were in the first hour,so god help you if you were number 37 on average 3 mins each,so you at the back had a long wait.

So since then i have been digging i also sent two emails in complaining about the crap service we now get,i got no reply,but here is the way to get round it.GO TO ANY SPECSAVERS THAT HAVE A HEARING AID dept,they will sort you out as a Nhs patient thus saving you some time.Just don't tell them i told you.
 
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