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Your question is several months old, so I hope you've solved this issue. However, if not, please take the hearing aids to an audiologist for evaluation. It may only be an issue with the batteries you're using (be sure you're waiting 2 minutes after peeling off the sticker before closing it in the hearing aid), a moisture issue (very inexpensive hearing aid dryers are available at your audiologist), or the processor/circuitry may need resetting by the audiologist's computer. In rare cases of this symptom, a hearing aid processor has been overloaded by an outside electronic signal (i.e., MRI, etc.). Please see an audiologist for any of these possibilities.
First you should probably keep your hearing aid and battery away from water.I suggest taking it out while in the shower/bath and cover your head with a hood or umbrella while out on a rainy day.If battery keeps shutting down then replace the old battery with a new one.If problem keeps accorring then maybe its time to take your hearing aid into your local hearing aid repair and let them solve the whole issue with why it keeps shutting down
i'm not aware of a tool to change batteries but Eveready sells hearing aid batteries that have a magnet on it so that you can put them in you aid easier. You can buy them at Walgreens ir CVS.
Because every person has a different extent of hearing loss with a different type, this is difficult to answer. Some believe that there are benefits to wearing two aids. Obviously they provide for a more balanced hearing by better directing sound from different areas. Some believe that two aids provide more clarity and allow the user to hear better in noisy locations. A licensed professional or audiologist will best be able to recommend whether one or two aids will work best for you.
This depends on how much energy and power the hearing aid needs, how often you use it and what type of hearing aid it is. Some batteries may last days while others can last weeks. Consult your hearing professional and read through information supplied by your battery manufacturer to ensure that you follow the steps to maximize the life of the batteries.