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Constant Hissing In My Ears
Family practice: Tinnitus is ringing of the ears. It is caused by inflammation of the inner ear. The hair fibers of the inner ear are very delicate it is often associated with dizziness. Menieres syndrome exposure to loud noises. Ear wax empaction and infection. Rarely a small tumor called acoustic neuromaay be the cause. If it persists get it checked out. ...Read more
Tinnitus: You should see your PMD for treatment and to rule out other problems/related health conditions. An ENT would be the best specialist to see you. Good luck. ...Read more
See an ENT: This deserves to be checked by an ENT specialist. May be nothing but don't ignore this. ...Read more
Tough one!: Ear ringing is a difficult problem, the understanding of which is poor at best. There are symptomatic management of ringing including white noise and some medications. Consult an ENT physician. ...Read more
Meniere's disease: Meniere's disease, tinnitis.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tinnitus: You can start with an audio gram and a physical examination by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read more
Tinnitus: You need to get with an otolaryngologist. Ringing in the ears is common and if it is of new onset it may be treatable / have a cause identified. Even if it is something with which you must learn to live (as sadly it often is), there are treatments that can help you reprogram yourself so it bothers you less. This requires sub-subspecilalist consultation. Good luck. ...Read more
Allegies?: You may have some focal fluid in the ears, or you might have sclerosed eardrums. Have a doctor take a peek! ...Read more
ENT specialist: See an ENT specialist, there are may causes of ringing in the ears such as ménière's disease, salicylate poisoning. It can be managed, once the cause is determined. ...Read more
Went to rock concert last night that was extremely loud. My ears are still constantly ringing & my hearing diminished by 75%. Will this get better?
What can I do to relieve this problem. My ears are constantly itchy, like every other hour. I clean them and all but it won't stop. It is embarassing.?
Eustacian tubes: A condition call eustacian tube dysfunction causes these symptoms and is very common. ...Read more
Both my ears are hurting. My right one is ringing almost constantly and there's also a warm feeling inside it? And they're itchy sometimes
External otitis: Swimmers ear, external otitis. See ENT doc for treatment. ...Read more
My ears have a ringing sound when it is really quiet. Both ears. It's not really a ringing like a bell, but a constant noise of some sort. What is it?
My ears aren't producing any wax and are constantly itchy- sometimes not so bad but other times I can barely concentrate on anything else! What is it?
Hard to say.: If you use Q-tips stop them. Avoid all fragrances and aerosols in environment, because they are skin & respiratory tract irritants (and add to the environmental allergy burden). If an antihistamine helps, then an allergy of some sort is the problem & keep a diary to see if something you are eating, or using is the problem, inc. supplements and over the counter meds. See a doc if this doesn't help ...Read more
Tinnitis: You are describing the classic symptom of tinnitis, or 'ringing in ears.' If it persists longer than a few minutes or comes back often then make an ENT appointment with audiogram (hearing test). A primary care clinic visit is low yield for tinnitis as the physical exam is almost always normal. Audio +/- vestibular exam usually lead to a diagnosis. ...Read more
Otalgia treatment: Primary otalgia (ear pain): is pain caused usually by infections in kids, and in adults is more complicated. Frequent causes include: sinus infections or atopic (allergic) reactions for which a trial of OTC meds (loratidine, etc.) may be useful. Would certainly urge you to be physically evaluated but if initial exam is negative, seek specialty ENT evaluation: to R/0 subtle sinus infections, etc. ...Read more
What diseases are a symptoms constant noise (ringing) in the ears (in my head) and sometimes laying and weight in my ears?
Multiple: Hearing loss, ear infection, fluid behind the ear drums, meniere's disease, difficulty normalizing the pressure behind the ear drum, and rarely a tumor on the hearing or balance nerves call all cause this problem. See your doctor and have your ears (and possibly hearing) checked to figure this out. ...Read more
I have an almost constant buzzing in my ears. I read somewhere that it is a symptom of menopause. How can I treat this, it bothers my hearing.?
Tinnitus is not a: Symptom of menopause but a very common condition caused by exposure to noise through the years, infection in the middle ear, aging or rarely tumor in the ear or brain. Seek medical help especially if it worsens or accompanied by vertigo, hearing loss, headache etc. Http://www. Medicinenet. Com/script/main/mobileart. Asp? Articlekey=496&page=3. ...Read more
My ears constantly feel clogged or inflamed. Is there a way to perhaps get rid of this problem, maybe by somehow cleaning them out? And if so, how?
See your physician: Some people make increased cerumen which is the wax-like secretion of the glands of the ear canal. This gets inflammed and sometimes infected. It is best to be examined and the cerumen extracted and they a topical program suggested. Do not try to use q-tips as they increase the problem. ...Read more
Hi there, I'm Kate! I'm 20 years old and I live in MN. I have had problems with my ears for a year to a year and a half now. I have constant eczema in?
What to do if I have a constant buzzing in my ears, some times they ring too. My question is, can hearing aids help me?
Tinnitus: Recommend evaluation to check your hearing & to evaluate the ringing (Ear/Nose/Throat) ENT doctor and audiogram. Can't make any recommendations without a thorough eval. Take care. ...Read more