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Head Trauma And Hearing Loss
Not likely: The brain is well cushioned in a pool of fluid surrounded by a tough bony shell. A heat hit with no loss of consciousnes and a lack of the dazing (called by coaches ringing your bell), is unlikely to have any demonstrable effects. Of course i assume this is isolated and you are not having repeated blows to the head. This is why athletes wear helmets. ...Read more
See a doctor!: If you're dizzy and losing consciousness, get off the computer and see a doctor! ...Read more
Can a brain tumor cause loss of hearing in on ear and heat sensation through one eye followed with nausea?
Yes/other causes,too: Those symptoms can have many causes. Consult your doctor. ...Read more
Can ear problems cause head pressure feeling daily? Get head pressure & a lot of ringing in my ears
Head trauma: Anyone with head trauma should be thoroughly evaluated by Neurology and/or Neuropsychology with any needed imaging studies. This needs to be done as soon as possible. TBI can definitely cause nightmares but the psychological aspect of the trauma can also cause nightmares. Please also check on my book No More Nightmares-How to Use Planned Dream Intervention to end nightmares ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ear pain?: Doubtful. Could be cerumen imp action or serous otitis. Follow up with your doctor for an exam ...Read more
Various reasons: Sudden hearing loss- what was the reason? Loud explosion can rupture ear drum or permanently damage the hearing apparatus. This can also cause annoying ringing in the ear- tinnitus. Or you may have something called menier's disease. You need to get checked by an ent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Concussion 8 months ago. Absence seizures, alot headche, blurry vision and ringing in the ears. Few nose bleeds. Help?
Simple: you need to see a doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
Gradual HF loss: Many people will experience gradual bilateral high frequency loss with age. In some the loss will become severe enough that it interferes with ability to discriminate voices or hear in general. Some hearing loss is clearly attributable to noise exposure, but some is likely genetic as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
11 weeks ago mild head trauma. Ct & MRI showed bruising of brain. Fatigue, insomnia and hearing loss issues.Anyway to combat fatigue and headaches?
Head Trauma: Neuroptimal neurofeedback is very helpful for patients recovering from head injury. I helps the brain function optimally and can help with the headaches and possibly the fatigue. Contact zengar.Com for a neurofeedback therapist in your area or arrange for a home training unit. There are several practitioners in nyc. Good luck to you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers