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I had distorted hearing in one of my ears, ear ache, occasionally itchy, and drainage into my nose. Is it possible it's an ear infection?
Blocked nose, pains at the top and back of my head,pressure behind the eyes distorted vision, hearing problems and extreme fatigue had for over 2 yrs
B-blocker not reason: Constellation of symptoms consistent with migraine headaches. If b-blockers were started then, stopped these symptoms wouldn't be expected to have persisted. There are also metabolic reasons for migraine headaches such as low thyroid or low cortisol function. Labs done? Please don't try multiple rounds of antibiotics for sinus problems or get surgeries to drill holes in them. Not expected to work. ...Read more
Hearing loss: If hearing get bad, obviously you need to see your doctor or an ENT surgeon to identify the problem and treat accordingly. ...Read more
By the end of the concert the applause sounded distorted.I didn't have tinnitus but do earaches and reduced hearing suggest permanent damage?
Exam and tests: If this is a reoccurring issue i would see an ENT dr. Still, it doesn't necessarily mean any deamage...But won't know unless you get to the dr. ...Read more
What can cause hearing distortions? I was sitting overhearing a conversation and all of a sudden the conversation sounded like it was in a tunnel, echoey and distorted voices. I couldn't understand the words. It lasted about 30 seconds
Biggest problem is my hearing is terribly distorted. On the phone voices sound exactly like the chipmunks in the xmas song. I use nasonex (mometasone) and astepro?
Get hearing test: You need an audiogram by your local ent. It might be a eustachian tube problem (which may be helped by allergy meds) but you can't know till you check your hearing out. ...Read more
Can hearing aids cause frequency loss if not properly adjusted? I have distored/buzz sound when I raise my voice/laugh and my dr can't seem to fix it
Hearing aid distorti: Unless your hearing aids are buzzing at a very loud (painful) level, they should not cause any frequency loss. It sounds like this is more of an annoying problem. Perhaps you need a different type of hearing aids. The newer digital devices solve a lot of feedback and distortion problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pains in back and top of head distorted vision and disorientation with some hearing and cognitive issues but no headaches blood test and head MRI fine?
Why beta blocker?: Beta blocker itself very unlikely to cause this. Why did you take it (that is the underlying illness)? You may be having more symptoms from your underlying illness. If all tests negative then consider stress, but only after tests done. Classify "distorted" vision better. If solid evidence of structural illness then consider spinal tap - but only if you sure it isn't stress (may hate test). ...Read more
Many reasons: As we age our normally decreases but other things besides age are at play like genes, cerumen in ear canal, middle ear disturbance, medication, infection in the ear, barometric injury are just a few more. My suggestion is that to narrow down the possibilities is to make an appt with an ENT (ear nose & throat) physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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