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Ear Sounds Like Drum
I hear this ringing sound for like two seconds almost every month in my lifted ear only could it be my unborn child's heartbeat I'm hearing I need phe?
Tinnitus: 2 seconds every month seems like a rare event to me. It's unlikely that ringing sound is fetal heartbeat. If worried, time rate of ringing sound. Fetal heart rate is 120-160 beats per minute or 2-3 beats per second. Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/tinnitus/basics/definition/con-20021487 for more info. ...Read more
What happened to my ears? I can't explain but it does feels like when you are inside the air plane. Like there is covered the sounds
Muffled Hearing: This is often due to fluid in the middle ear. Often decongestants or antihistamines can help. A formal exam of the ear canal and middle ear would be helpful. ...Read more
Depends: There are a few cells that do not regenerate, brain cells and hearing cells. Dependong on the repetative nature of the gun shots and loud noises, you hope the hearing comes back in 2-3 days. If the loss persists, you need to get an evaluation by ent. Always wear protective hearing aides/ear protection when shooting a gun or performing activites with loud noises (leaf blowing, weed whacking, etc). ...Read more
My right ears won't pop after landing and it feel sucks I cannot hear with good sound it feel like in plane how do I muddle through?
My ear makes a sound that sound like a heatbeat and it gets worse when I turn my head sideways. With a slihgt painn. What could b the problem.
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?
For two days I've had a "sensation" on the right side of head/ear. The best way to describe is vibration like, with the sound of star wars light saber?
Middle ear fluid: When there is a build up of fluid in the middle ear it's common to experience that. It can turn in to an infection but usually you just need to get the fluid to drain. The safest way to do that is to use a plain saline nose spray or netti pot. You could also try 3 -5 five days of using afrin (oxymetazoline) nose spray to open the eustachian tube to the ear. ...Read more
I went to a party & the music was way too loud. I was standing close to the speakers & now my ears are ringing. This was sunday. When can I expect the ringing to stop? I feel like everything sounds lower as well.
Tympanic membranerip: Get your ear checked to make sure ear drums are not ruptured. ...Read more
Multiple things: The first could be wax build up in the ears, and the sound is created by slight movement in the tympanic membrane (ear drum). Or it could be a sign of high blood pressure. Or tinnitus which is a fancy name for noise/ringing in the ears. This is caused by many of things I mentioned before as well as age related damage. You could visit your doctor/ENT/Neurologist to help figure out the exact cause. ...Read more
Fluid in ear: Yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Meniere's disease: Meniere's disease, tinnitis.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a problem with my ears they have ringing sound all the time is thier something take or do?
Meniere's Disease: Ringing in the ears is usually due to a condition called meniere's disease. Unless you are taking a lot of aspirin, this is usally the cause for ringing. You should have a good ENT evaluation and possibly a good audiological evaluation. There may be some medications to help lessing this and perhaps a hearing aid. May want to get your thyroid checked as well. Best to you. ...Read more
Was exposed to very loud sound in cinema for few hours, how can I know if my ears have not been damaged? Can injury shows later when I get older?
Noise: See ENT. Have audiogramGet a more detailed answer ›
Ears were exposed to very loud sound by my strong headphones and I had pain and reduction of hearing but I feel better now, do I still need to go Dr?
Avoid loud noises: After one episode of exposure to very loud noise, if you feel like your hearing is normal, you probably don't need to see an audiologist. But, the well-known cause of premature reduced hearing is repeated exposure to loud noises, such as loud music, factory work, working around loud engines. Turn down the volume on the headphones and if you get pain, take them off. Give your ears a break to heal. ...Read more
Air movement: As you open or close the Eustachian tubes between your throat & middle ear you can add or release pressure on the ear drum which may cause a sound. This happens with yawning, chewing & other movements that tense the levator palitini muscle which pulls the tube straight/open. ...Read more
Not completely: Not completely.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possible TMJ: Since the pain is near your ear, which is also where your TMJ is, you may be experiencing TMJ dysfunction. A full exam by a dentist with tmd expertise would give you some answers. Not all dentists are experienced in this area so seek out the right dentist. Another possibility would be to see and ent. Depending on what other symptoms you have, the dentist would probably be the first choice. ...Read more
Beat of the Drum: When the middle ear is distended due to fluid or air pressure accumulation, it can disrupt normal sound perception. If a condition exists where there is obstruction of the eustachian tube, then it is possible to hear noises like your own heartbeat from a vessel close to the drum. In most instances this is normal and resolves. Persistent perception should be examined to rule out other problems. ...Read more
Cyst: It may be just a simple cyst but you need to see doctor for better evaluation. ...Read more
Loud is always bad: A loud sound esp if sudden can cause your ears to bleed if your eardrum gets popped or blown out. You should have a doctor look at it especially if you have lost even a little bit of hearing after the loud sounds. ...Read more
ForWhomTheBellsToll: Probably what's called Tinnitus ("ringing in the ears").It doesn't necessarily have to sound like "ringing."It can be a hissing, whooshing, or pulsating helicopter-like sound. It's because of nerve damage or deterioration in the ear's hearing mechanism (little sound-transmitting hairs). You'll need a hearing test (audiogram) and exam by an ENT specialist. Usually the cause isn't serious, but not always. ...Read more
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