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Can Tinnitus Cause Dizziness
Complex issue: Tinnitus is just the finding of ringing in the ears. It can be the result of damage to the inner ear or due to development of a tumor of the ear nerve. Sound trauma and head trauma can damage the inner ear and ear nerve and cause the complex of symptoms that you describe. You need a thorough evaluation with attention to the inner ear. ...Read more
TMJ TMD: Temporo-mandibular disorder is the second most frequent cause of orofacial pain after dental pain. TMD can be divided into disorders related to the muscles of mastication and TMJ. Earache, tinnitus, headache, toothache, neck pain and clicks are common symptoms. Proper diagnosis is the key to the successful treatment. See orofacial pain practitioner for a consultation and treatment. ...Read more
For past year I have experienced severe tinnitus/dizziness I started using a lot of coconut oil/water at the same time this started could it be cause?
Dzzy: you might start with a physical examination by a board certified otolaryngologist and an audiogram too ...Read more
Hi I had headaches and dizziness for a while now tinnitus and floaters not only when I look down what could cause this?
I have severe cervical osteoarthritis When I stretch my neck, I become dizzy and experience tinnitus What causes this?
Ear wax: Usually you get some pain or decreased hearing but dizziness and tinnitus (ear ringing) can also occur. Try flushing with water. You can also mix hydrogen peroxide with water (1 part hydrogen peroxide and 9 parts water). If this doesn't work, you might need manual removal by a doc. ...Read more
I have osteoarthritis thoghout spine. Could severe foraminal narrowing and facet changes C2/C3 C/3/c4 cause dizziness, tinnitus and a mild headache?
See your MD: 58 year old lady with dizziness, tinnitus, and mild headache of unknown duration on duloxitine, verapamil, plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine). You need a full exam to measure your vital signs, a careful history, and a full exam. Two of the agents you are taking, duloxitine and verapamil can cause dizziness. Tinnitus is likely from hearing loss. Spinal stenosis an unlikely cause of your symptoms s/p laminectomy 2 years ago ...Read more
Could moderate to severe stenosis in cervical and thoracic spine cause pain, weakness in the upper arm, dizziness and tinnitus when stretChing my neck?
Some advice: Although your symptoms could be prompted by cervical stenosis or even nerve pinching at the foraminal outlet, the dizziness, and tinnitus, makes me wonder about co-morbidities, and would think of inner ear issues, but also vascular problems, such as subclavian steal syndrome. Find a neurologist who is open to investigating this more thoroughly. ...Read more
Would pulsatile tinnitus in right ear cause dizziness, if i gently press artery in neck i get even dizzier, so does coughing or any sort of pressure .?
Pulsatile Tinnitus: No, pulsatile tinnitus does not cause dizziness. But, the cause of the tinnitus may be associated with dizziness, that is, what causes one may contribute to the other. You should see an ENT and get to the bottom of your symptoms. They suggest increased pressure inside your head or turbulent blood flow in a large vessel. Both possibilities require tests, such an mri/mra and carotid artery doppler. ...Read more
Had MRI DIZZINESS &tinnitus. Results -vessels looping into each internal ear canal possible compression 7&8 nerve. Could this cause symptoms?
See doctor ASAP : Tbe symptoms sound like a neurology problem. Double vision is almost always a problem with the nerves from brain to the eyes, cranial nerve 3, 4, 6. Dizziness or vertigo almost always related to balance system connected to cranial nerve 8. Ringing of ears is related to hearing also nerve 8. Anatomy wise nerve 6 and 8 in proximity. Gradenigo syndrome affects 6 and 8 but also 5. See neurologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What can cause dizziness, followed by vertigo and vomiting? Happens mostly after eating, or turning my head left or right. Occasional ringing in ears.
Could ongoing migraines be the source of dizziness, lighthead, and tinnitus? This has been going on for almost two months?
Unlikely: Vascular headaches can affect any portion of the cns, but what you are describing sounds like a problem involving the labyrinth. These symptoms can also occur with aplastic, hemolytic, iron or Folic Acid deficiency anemias, concussion, hypertension, otitis media, meniere's disease, otosclerosis, paget's disease or polycythemia. Go see a doctor and get evaluated thoroughly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tinnitus(highly) & dizziness(highly) after vit B12 im injection(first time), i felt some better after 5 minutes, now 30 minuts still dizziness.
B12 harmless: The B12 itself injected into the body should not cause tinnitus and/or dizziness or any other toxicity. I doubt there were any other substances in the bottle of B12 that you reacted to either. Check with your pcp first and if symptoms persist see an ENT specialist(otolaryngologist) or a neurologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Im not sleeping correctly for about 1 month i think i have dizziness but i only notice it when im alone and tinnitus when iam alone please help ?
Assuming labyrinthitis..1 time vertigo, some dizziness, tinnitus. This is my 4th week, when can I expect the tinnitus to go away? Other symptoms gone.
See an ENT: Labyrinthitis is associated with severe vertigo and hearing loss. If you have acute hearing loss (tinnitus is a sign of hearing loss), steroids can help, but are best administered in the first week. There may be some options for injection of the steroids into your middle ear at this point. But you need an audiogram first to know what your hearing is. Time is of the essence to see an ent! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Headaches , tinnitus , neck pain , dizziness/vertigo in a fifteen year old female. What could this be ?
Migraine: Is a neurovascular pain disorder. The migraine includes a large number of clinical presentations ranging from the typical and many variant forms with "headaches , tinnitus, neck pain , dizziness/vertigo". Rec. Appointment with pcp to rule out secondary headache. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have spells where i feel like my foot is going an inch lower than the floor, slightly dizzy but not horrible. Also have tinnitus for a yr. What is it?
Mri pretty normal. Occasional dizziness, frequent tinnitus and minor hearing loss. Could I have ménière's at 21 years old?
Menière's : Yes, menière's can occur at any age. ...Read more
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