I personally love the Senns. They have large cups, sweet sound, and a comfortable headband. I highly recommend the 600s. You might be sensitive to the high frequencies and don't want to damage your hearing any further.
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No you would need the larger 701s or 702s with very forgiving foam i would give give those a try.
You might also want to consider a headphone amp system. Check out Mapletree audio. I think tht's how he spells it. there are many other audio sites that are dedicated to headphones, you should probably check them out. I just can't remember their names at this moment but somebody will chime in I hope. If not I will come back.
I love my headphone amp but the maker turned out to be a scopundrel who ripped a lot of people off! (that is highly unusual)
Don't have to deal with hearing aids (yet-only slight tinnitus at the monent), however I am enjoying the Akg 702's powered with a Little Dot MkIII tube amp. I replaced the stock tubes and the 702's sound wonderful!
The AKG's rest well outside my ears, not touching them, and are so light I forget they are on.
head-fi.org is the go-to site for everything headphones.
They even had a guy do an extensive review on many types of tubes just for Little Dot.