Monday - do you have a copy of your Audiogram ???
If you blank out your personal details (name/location etc) would you be willing to post it? That way we might be able to make some more accurate suggestions.
I will say that if you have 35db loss, while you qualify for HAs (you're right on the cusp) you may find that in most situations that they make it more difficult to hear, not less.
Also - if you do decide to get HAs, don't make the mistake I did - I figured that because my left side didn't need a lot of amplification (mild/mod flux) that I could get away with a less expensive HA. WORST MISTAKE! It's actually the opposite...because the more hearing you have, the higher quality you need the sound to be, the better background noise reduction you need to have, the more programs you will find helpful etc.
So if you do decide to go for HAs, I'd recommend taking the time to save up etc and then get really good ones - you'll find them 300% more helpful than getting a less expensive more basic HA.
Please make sure you're seeing a proper Audiologist - someone with a AuD. (doctorate in Audiology), not someone who's a "hearing aid dispenser" or "hearing aid fitter" etc. Oh, and places like "Beltone", "Miracle Ear" etc - if you see them, run the other way ... fast.
Hoh/Deaf ~ +120db deaf right , mild/mod flux left & APD
English & ASL ...PAH!!
Ignorance is NOT Bliss