The Hearing loss on one side of occurs when you have difficulty hearing loss or you have deafness that affects only one of your ears.People with this condition may have the to problems understanding speech in crowded environments,locating of the source of a sound, and tuning out background of noise.This condition is the also known as unilateral hearing loss or unilateral deafness.It may be the described as deafness in one ear or on one side, hearing loss in one ear, or inability to the  hear from one ear. You should still be able to the hear clearly with your other ear.You should have always contact your doctor if you some experience any type of hearing test. Sudden hearing loss on one side or both is the  medical emergency and needs to immediate medical attention. Your doctor will be able to the provide treatment options and may refer you to a specialist. Depending on the cause of the your hearing loss, your doctor to might recommend medications, surgery, or a hearing aid. In some of cases, the condition will go away without treatment

 

Hearing changes can be the natural outcome of aging. Some causes are reversible, like to wax buildup in the ear canal or ear infections with fluid buildup. Some are irreversible, like those are due to some problems with the function of the ear itself.In addition to head or ear injuries and the presence of the a foreign to body in the ear,the following medical of  the conditions can result in hearing aid care of on one side:

 

Acoustic neuronal: this type of tumor that presses on the nerve that affects hearing

Eardrum rupture: a small hole or tear in the eardrum

Labyrinths: a disorder that causes the inner ear apparatus to become swollen and irritated

Menageries disease: a disorder that affects the inner ear and eventually leads to deafness

Neurotransmitters type 2: an inherited disease that causes noncancerous growths to appear on the auditory nerve

Otitis externa (swimmer’s ear): inflammation of the outer ear and ear canal

otitis media with effusion: an infection with thick or sticky fluid behind the eardrum

Shingles: an infection caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox

Reye's syndrome: a rare disorder, most often seen in children

Temporal arteritis: inflammation and damage to the blood vessels in the head and neck

Vertebrobasilar insufficiency: poor blood flow to the back of the brain

A hearing loss that picks of up sound from your deaf of side and transmits it to the better ear is called a CROS hearing aid. With a CROS solution you can hear sounds on your deaf side. This is particularly helpful when you are engaged in conversation in a challenging environment such as a noisy room, in a moving car or in a group discussion.