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Calcium Crystals In The Ear
Otoliths are normal: The tiny calcium crystals in the inner ear are called otoliths. They sit in a small pouch called a utricle or saccule and move in the fluid inside the ear when you move, sending a message via "hair cells" to the vestibular nerve that helps you sense where you are. When otoliths get stuck or slip out of the pouch, the nerve gets the wrong message and you feel dizzy. ...Read more
Can eating too much calcium cause dizziness or a buil up of crystals in inner ear and cause vertigo?
Pain in right side of body, frm ear, neck, arm, abdmen to butt and thigh.Scans & blood work show excess calcium in kidney & stones.Whats wrong with me?
4 swollen nodes (Neck and behind ears) for more than 7 months ,itchy scalp and legs ,weight loss, headaches and fatigue. Low wbc & high calcium. Help?
I have headaches caused by calcium buildup in my head. What can be done for this and is it dangerous ?
If you actually have been given that diagnosis, confirmed by more than 1 specialist, then you should be getting routine management and complete explanation from those doctors.
If this is atherosclerotic cerebrovascular disease, then the deposits are of the cholesterol type, and can be treated. ...Read more
Sir, I have spondylitis.After masturbation i always feel neck and head pain.Is the pain cause of calcium deficiency?
I have bumps on my head they hurt I have it for years they say its overgrown hair or calcium deficiency or vitamin d which one is it?
My baby is on isomil, she has a bald ring on her head. What are the symptoms of calcium deficiency, how do I know she gets enough calcium?
I get bad headaches because I have calcium buildup in my head. Ct scan confirmed calcium buildup. I am scheduled to see a doctor. How bad is this ?
"Calcium buildup": in the brain is too nonspecific to venture a guess. There are many structures in the brain that can calcify, normally and abnormally. What specifically is calcified? ...Read more
If someone is experiencing vertigo, does that always indicate there are loose crystals in the ear? Vertigo without crystals possible?
Here's...: Incidentally seeing few calcium oxalate crystals in routine urinalysis isn't uncommon at all, largely this is considered as unremarkable with no clinical importance as long as being free from stone passage. So, it is a good practice always referring to individual medical background before jumping into the pit of unnecessary worry and anxiety. More? Ask a doctor. ...Read more
Can you still have dislodged crystals in ear if hallpike test is negative? Having spinning with head movement.
Last test showed r.B.C 12x10^6 ( normal up to 5x10^6), crystals: calcium oxalate (+2), creatinine 0.85... I am worry about high rbc. Pls advise?
Depends: Many people make innumerable tiny crystals that continually pass out in the urine. If they stick together, the conglomerate becomes a kidney or ureteral stone. If it isn't too large (generally up to 5mm), it may pass with urine. If it does not, or if it is large, a procedure may be necessary. Stone formers are best served by preventing more stones by hydration +/- medication. ...Read more
Maybe not bppv: If you are referring to benign positional vertigo, it always has the potential to return, it really can't be 'cured' for good. If it has been constantly there despite treatment maybe it's another diagnosis all together. Did an ENT diagnose you? Make sure you have a full work up before giving up. Treating the wrong thing coil be a reson it's not working. ...Read more
My son had a knot in his ear for the past few months. It went away and has now come back but has broke the skin and now I can see a crystal?
Consider: evaluation by his medical provider or an Ear/Nose/Throat specialist. ...Read more
I have a uti.I'm on cipro (ciprofloxacin) not feeling better on day 5.Culture showed trace blood and calcium crystals and mixed flora.Should i go back to dr?
No: There are small calcium crystals inside of the inner ear located behind the eardrum called otoliths. These crystals can become dislodged, and every time you turn your head, the crystals shift causing momentary dizziness: a condition known as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. These crystals shift with movement and can clump together but do not per se "plug" up the ear canal. ...Read more
Can you please interupt this : turbid urine, epithelial cells- high, mucus -few, calcium oxalate crystals -few, amorphous crystals -many, and uric ...
Fell nov5 2011 had a concussion &13 staples. Had terrible vertigo. Ear dr did crystal alignment. Nov 2012 having vertigo again and full ear feeling?
Vertigo : Can be the same thing as this problem is known to recur. See your doctor again. ...Read more
My urine has large urine amorphous sediment, small urine calcium oxalate crystals, small bacteria, small mucus , trace protein and sp grav 1.030?
Sounds normal: All these are common and normal. Your urine is quite concentrated, probably due to limited fluid intake before it was collected; this probably explains the trace protein, which is the only thing mentioned that might be considered slightly abnormal. Discuss with your doctor, but I see no cause for worry. ...Read more
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