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Ear Echo Problem
Hi, I have problems with my right ear, I cant much and I hear my own echo when I talk and when I breath thru my nose I hear this weird noise?
See MD: Sounds like you need to have your physician examine you. It could be an infection (bacterial or viral), fluid behind your ear drum or a dysfunction of your eustachian tube (from a cold or allergies). ...Read more
An echocardiogram (also called an echo) is a type of ultrasound test that uses high-pitched sound waves that are sent through a device called a transducer. The device picks up echoes of the sound waves as they bounce off the different parts of your heart. These echoes are turned into moving pictures of your heart that can be seen ...Read more
Ringing in EARS:
First find the cause and treat it, that will work in most cases, and the symptoms go away, in others it is a frustrating experience especially in some older patients
some otolaryngologist recommend niacin, but there is no evidence to support it. Other meds that have been tried neurontin, (gabapentin) Campral a drug used to treat alcohlism is being studied and may be helpful according to studies done in brazil in2005. ...Read more
I've been diagnosed with perforated timpanim? In my ears. It causes an echo. What can I do & is it serious?
Broken eardrum: I believe you are referring to a perforated tympanic membrane (eardrum). This can be caused by a direct injury to the ear (something punctures the eardrum). It can be caused by an ear infection. It can also be caused by pressure, as in diving. I'm not a specialist, but I think these generally heal on their own. An ear, nose, and throat specialist is who it see if you have concerns. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
Its annoying isn't it: Echoing in your ears for more than three to four days, consult your physician. Earwax, ear infections and sinus infections all can be easily treated. When suffering from an infection, follow your physician's recommended course of treatment. If the echo remains after the infection is treated, contact your physician. ...Read more
Autophony: It sounds as if your eustachean tube is open. You hear your voice, and perhaps your breathing and other sounds. ...Read more
Overexertion: You may have overexerted yourself or became dehydrated with symptoms related to decreased blood flow to brain. Drink lots of water and take breaks where appropriate. ...Read more
Can a lot of sedation given for a tee echo test have caused my whooshing sound in my ear the next day, it sounds like a hissing sound.
My ears have felt clogged for a few weeks, like the feeling of water in ears. Seems to echo when I tap my head but no pain or dizziness.
Flushing: Go to your doctor to flush this out for you. ...Read more
Had a large pop and then really high pitched whining in ear that woke me up last night. Currently dizzy, echo in ears, 96.3 temp, sounds intensified.
Tube is open: Hearing your voice in your ear usually means that your eustachian tube on that side isn't fully closed. If it persists and bothers you, an ENT physician can help. ...Read more
Ruptured ear drum no more draining, no more itchyness, just a echo here and there. Is it suppose to pop sometime?
Not until healed: The popping heard when yawning or nose blowing is the ear drum moving. If there is a hole the air forced up through the eustachian tube escapes out the hole so can't push the drum so no pop is heard. It won't pop until drum healed. Echo is from sound hitting the drum and middle ear structures at roughly the same time. ...Read more
I am an adult who had ear tubes inserted 10 days ago. Will I get my hearing back, lose the muffled sounds and echo?
Slight echo in ruptured ear, can hear other people, & other noises. Not on amoxicillin anymore since 4-11-13. Should it be healing? Be concerned?
Ear drum rupture: If the ear drum rupterued after an infedction it needs to be followed with exam and hearing tests. Sometimes it doesn't heal spontaneously and can cause futre problems. ...Read more
I heard a murmur with my ear on my 3 yr old son's chest. I told his Dr at his 3 year well child check. We just had his echo. He has mild regurgitati?
Just finished the last amoxicillin I had, just a slight echo in my ruptured ear drum. Should I be concerned?
No: It is not unusual to have sounds appear differently when you have a ruptured tm, retraction or fluid behind your ear drum. Keep you ear dry and follow-up with your pmd or ENT specialist as recommended. If you have on-going concerns, be sure to call your doctor. ...Read more
Hi I have echoing in my left ear, every time I talk my voice echos. I was wondering what kind of medicine can I take?
Have doctor: Check your ear, you probably suffer from serous oritis media. ...Read more
I have an annoying echo in my left ear, I can hear it with all sounds (when I talk, when other people talk, radio, tv etc) what should I do?
I took allegra (fexofenadine) for allergies a week ago and now have an echo in my ear for 7 days now. Is this serious or an I learn to live with it?
Ear fluid?: A 45 yo female who took Allegra (fexofenadine) for allergies, now with echo in ear. I doubt the echo is related to the Allegra (fexofenadine). However, the echo could be due to fluid in the ear, or an ear infection, or an eardrum perforation. Sometimes allergies can cause the feeling of clogged ears. It would be prudent to be checked out by your PCP or an ENT physician for further evaluation and full ear examination. ...Read more
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