I had a feeling my eBay hearing aids weren’t adjusted properly, and I didn’t know what size domes (the bit that sticks into your ear) I needed for best reception, so I did what I should have done in the first place: I went to an audiologist.
You know how it is when you’re faced with a problem that doesn’t seem to have a clear beginning, so you grab a piece of thread at random and just pull? Well, that’s how finding hearing aids seemed to me. I thought an Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor was the place to start.
The place to start was an audiologist.
ANYWAY, here are some door pictures from Doctors Hearing Care in New Albany, where I should have gone in the first place.
A corner door INSIDE!
Another corner door inside, plus another door to the right, plus another door to the left.
A corridor of doors.
A side door with sidelights. I never would have thought they made tiny little blinds for sidelights!
This is my audiologist, Dr. Cathy Miller, and her buddy. I didn’t get her buddy’s name, but the buddy got lots of good pats.
p.s. My cut-rate hearing aids were NOT properly adjusted, and they kind of fell off the back of a truck, but they weren’t stolen, which is where some bought-from-some-guy hearing aids come from. So cave canum. — No, that means Beware of the Dog — caveat emptor. Yeah. Let the Buyer Beware.
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A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: A bargain that turns out badly.