The audiologist was very pleased. My hearing did not change at all since last year. I do not have typical Meniere's hearing lost, loss moderate in mid tones. Back ground noise is louder for me than someone speaking in front of me, which makes it difficult to understand conversations in a restaurant etc. Two Interesting things did happen during the testing. First test she did she called the quiet test and she said I might feel some pressure. My good ear felt fine when she put the apparatus in my ear but when she put it in my MM ear I had strong pressure pain. She said my middle ear has pressure in it due to allergies. Which is interesting I was always certian I have seasonal allergies by my tearing eyes, runny nose and April & May= Vertigo months for me, before I started taking AV's. But I don't test positive for them on allergy tests The pollen count must be high in my area today because I need an extra dose of AV this morning, I did not feel like vertigo coming on but definitely felt a little unbalanced at times this morning so took an extra AV this morning. Second thing that was interesting, when I went into that room for the rest of the tests, the first ear she did was my MM ear and I was to raise my hand when I heard any sound no matter how softly I heard it. The very last tone she played in that part of the test, made me deaf in that ear, my hearing totally cut off and then turned into horrible high pitched tinnitus. Then it passed quickly within a minute or 2 as she was sending tones to my other ear. I told her about that and she said it was high frequency or high pitched tone. ( I don't recall exactly how she said it) I am glad my hearing didn't get worse. She will be mailing me the results.