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Dr. LUIS IRIZARRY
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Tinitus: Ringing in the ear in the vast majority of cases resolved spontaneously, and is bening. It could be due to a cold, ear infection, certain medications, a blastic sound, a tumor. Have your doctor examine you. Testing and treatment will depend on findings.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Alianswered
Psychiatry 32 years experience
Tinnitus: Several, depending on the cause , which needs to be eliminated. Also, noise distraction such as radio, eliminating stress such as relaxation techniques, avoid too much Aspirin products & Caffeine, & use of Anxiolytics & Antidepressants, as prescribed by your Doc. Hearing aids can help too.

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Find the cause: Tinnitus may be due to some other problems such as otosclerosis ( abnormal bone growth in middle ear), acoustic neuroma, natural hearing impairment due to aging, ear infection, foreign body in the ear etc...

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