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I have rapid pulsing in my right ear that has been going on for the last week at night. I am diagnosed with chronic kidney disease/ renal rickets ?

I have rapid pulsing in my right ear that has been going on for the last week at night. I am diagnosed with chronic kidney disease/ renal rickets ?

Pulsing in the ear: A pulsation in the ear that a doctor can measure and record is often a result of an enlarged blood vessel called an aneurysm. How is your blood pressure? If it is normal and this continues, need to have it checked by an ENT specialist. . ...Read more

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How can someone live normally with inner ear disorders? The CT scan showed chronic sinusitus and meds help with symptoms but I think was misdiagnosed

 How can someone live normally with inner ear disorders? The CT scan showed chronic sinusitus and meds help with symptoms but I think was misdiagnosed

Go back: If you think you were misdiagnosed, talk with your doctor and discuss your concerns. See an ENT specialist if you haven't already. You can always get a second opinion as well just to be sure. ...Read more

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Severe ringing in ears due to Ménière's disease. What can I do to make it stop? Please help!

Severe ringing in ears due to Ménière's disease. What can I do to make it stop? Please help!

Difficult problem: Very difficult problem to treat. See an ENT doc or otologist (ENT doc with fellowship in ears) to discuss meds or "masking" techinques. ...Read more

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Is there any disease in ear that cause halfdeaf but still curable?What diseases are likely to be in the list?Please don't ask toent because i had :) .

Is there any disease in ear that cause halfdeaf but still curable?What diseases are likely to be in the list?Please don't ask toent because i had :) .

Deafnes: These conditions can cause mild to moderate deafness: ear infections, fluid in the ear from infection and allergies, exposure to constant noise, impacted cerumen (wax) , eardrum perforation, etc. ...Read more

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Flakey ears in winter. Is it shampoo or disease?

Flakey ears in winter. Is it shampoo or disease?

Probably seborrhea: Flaky skin around the ears is usually caused by a condition called seborrhea that is inherited in many cases but occasionally acquired. It occurs more often in those with immune deficiency (you should get an HIV test). Your doctor or dermatologist can help you with treatment. To start, you should scrub the area with selenium sulfide (e.g. Selsun) shampoo to remove all the flakes daily. ...Read more

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What sort of disease is cauliflower ear?

What sort of disease is cauliflower ear?

Beat-up ear: Cauliflower ear is a descriptive way to talk about an ear that is be traumatized to the point where it looks like a cauliflower, sometimes permanently. ...Read more

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