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BANGKOK 19 January 2019 19:05
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Woman’s bizarre illness means she can’t hear men’s voices

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A woman has been diagnosed with a bizarre medical condition which she claims leaves her deaf to the voices of men.


The patient, who has only been named as Chen, said she felt sick and could hear ringing in her ears the night before and thought going to sleep might help.


But when she woke up she panicked when she realised she was unable to hear her boyfriend talking to her.


She took herself to Qianpu Hospital, in the city of Xiamen, East China, and quickly realised she could hear her female doctor’s voice perfectly.


Ear, nose and throat specialist Lin Xiaoqing said: ‘She was able to hear me when I spoke to her, but when a young male patient walked in, she couldn’t hear him at all.’


Dr Lin diagnosed her with a condition known as ‘low-frequency hearing loss’, after Chen said she had been working late recently, putting her body under stress and not getting enough sleep.



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Many men wish they had that problem, unable to hear womens high pitched voices.:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

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3 minutes ago, Crossy said:

Added to which they all seem to have this lady's illness, mine certainly never hears me when I need her 😞


You need  one of these....works  for me


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I've met a guy who lost his hearing on certain high frequencies after some accident. 

Could be dangerous under certain conditions. 

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