This means that your baby's hearing function is normal at the time of testing. However, if you have any family history of hearing loss or a child who was previously diagnosed, please inform the hearing screening personnel.
In some babies, hearing impairment may develop gradually as a result of recurrent ear infections, genetic factors or chronic illnesses. Hence, you need to be vigilant and continue to monitor the behavioural responses of your child's hearing ability according to the checklist provided in the Baby Health Booklet. If you suspect at any time that your child has a hearing problem, you should consult your doctor.