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Chirping Noise In Ear
Something in canal: There might be something in your ear canal. An insect, loose wax might be possible. Have your doctor take a look inside using an otoscope. Most importantly don't put anything smaller than your elbow in your ear canal. You could end up irritating the skin in your ear canal or puncturing your ear drum. ...Read more
I have always had the chirping sounds in my ears, but now one ear has developed more of a low roaring sound. It is very annoying at night?
Check out this link: Unfortunately, there's no cure for tinnitus. However, fortunately it's not a fatal condition. Consider seeing an ENT specialist esp. If it's accompanied by hearing loss, dizziness, headache, passing out etc. Perhaps exposure to loud or soft. Constant noise at your workplace or noise may have contributed to your condition. God bless u! http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/tinnitus/ds00365. ...Read more
Be careful: You can clean the outsides of your ears with soap and water. Be careful not to put anything (q-tips, bobby pins, pens, fingernails) into your ear canals- you can do serious harm. So long as your eardrum is intact, you can use mineral oil to keep the wax accumulation down in the canal. If you are unsure, please see an ENT who can advise you more directly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hearing loss: Many people have damage to their hearing mechanism either from trauma or infection. When the tiny sensory hairs in the cochlea are damaged, they will act as if they are hearing even when it is silent. Because the ringing is constant, that implies a long-term hearing problem. This can be evaluated by an audiologist who may recommend hearing aids if you are having difficulty hearing conversations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer