Your result shows you have signs of hearing loss
Hearing loss affects 1 in 5 of us, so this result is common. By taking our online hearing check, you’ve taken the first step to hearing better.
The online hearing test is a reliable way to check for signs of possible hearing loss.
For more detailed results, visit a hearing specialist for a full hearing assessment and personalised advice.
You can do this in three ways:
Contact your GP
- Contact your GP so they can refer you to an NHS audiology (hearing) service.
- We’ve written a letter that you can give to your GP that explains your result (PDF, 93KB).
Self-refer to an
- You can contact some NHS audiology services directly for a free hearing assessment.
- This may be your local hospital or a high street provider.
- If you’re not sure how to self-refer, your GP might be able to help.
- Book a hearing test directly with a private audiology service – they’re often found on the high street.
- The wait may be shorter, but you may have to pay for the test, and will have to pay for any treatment.
If you have experienced sudden hearing loss, in one or both ears, contact NHS 111 or see your GP as soon as possible.
If you have other symptoms like dizziness, ear discharge or earache, see your GP before booking a private hearing test, so they can examine your ears.
How are your friends and family hearing?
If you know someone who might not be hearing as well as they used to, send them a link to our online hearing check:
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