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Hearing Drum Boing Sound In Ear
What could be the cause of buzz/fuzzy sound in ears and it makes hearing hard. And it gets worse with pain meds?
ASA?: Asa has been linked to the buzzing but there are also other potential causes for it. Consult an ENT to check out your hearing and the cause for the buzzing. ...Read more
Lets review that que: Hearing your heartbeat in your ears is perfectly normal. The main arteries, the carotid arteries, are in that area. These bring oxygenated blood to the brain. If it is bothersome, you can listen to low humming noise ...Read more
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
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
Lately I'm hearing ringing sound in the right ear. And sometimes having pain at the back of my head (right side). Could this be related?
Jaw back: Go to your dentist and have him rule out temporomandibular disease which due to lower jaw to far back can affect the ear. Research an article by dr. Costen from 1924 that discusses correction of jaw overclosure. ...Read more
I constantly keep hearing a buzzing sound in my head like a fly buzzing a fly hit my ear and since I have panicked what could this mean?
Bug in ear?:
You may have something in your ear like a bug or moth:
How to get it out safely:
http://www. Wikihow. Com/Remove-a-Bug-from-Your-Ear ...Read more
I suddenly have decreased hearing. The feeling is like when you fly and your ears need to pop but they never do. everything sounds lower. ideas?
You may have excess wax in your ear/ears.
Please see your doctor. ...Read more
I can't hearing prominently through somedays. I clean my ears regulary and ears had no problem.4 years I am working in power plant with huge sound.
Get tested: You should have your hearing tested to see if you have had any damage to your hearing. ...Read more
FromThJawbonesOfFish: I'll bet you are having a nervous twitch of the stapedius muscle that regulates tension on the ear drum. It's the smallest muscle in the body attached to the smallest bone. The ear bones ('ossicles') are, evolutionarily related to the jaw bones of fishes! So, like a nervous twitch of the lip or eyelid, etc. For some reason you get it in the ear. The 'thump' is the sound of the ear drum quickly tensing ...Read more
I have a humming sound in my right ear. When it happens hearing in that ear is difficult. What can I do?
I have been hearing a ringing sound in my right ear every day for the past week, it happens quite often in the day too?
Hearing: Please have someone take you to an Ear specialist as soon as possible. ...Read more
Why is it that sometimes your hearing goes out in one ear, and you hear a long beeping sound? Is there something wrong?
I woke up and randomly the hearing out of my left ear sounds muffled it has been like this for a week what could be the cause?
What does it mean when your ears are in pain and they sound like an avalanche is falling? I get headaches and have hard hearing.
Need diagnosis: The combination of ear pain, sounds in the ear, headache and hearing loss sounds like an upper respiratory viral infection. These symptoms need a specific diagnosis. I advise seeing and ENT doctor for specific diagnosis and treatment. The hearing loss if present is the most important of the symptoms to be evaluated. ...Read more
I was hearing a buzzing sound in my right ear few days ago which lasted for two days. Is this thing common cos I was very worried?
Tinnitus or insect.: See a doctor for an otoscopic exam to make sure the ear canal is clear. An otolaryngologist is a specialist who could assess the symptom and determine the cause, appropriate evaluation and therapy. ...Read more
Ear pops on and off. Reduced hearing I hear a "rumbling" sound. Tried cleaning and no success. Been going on for a month. No pain or discharge.?
I'm hearing a sound in my ears or back of my head, when I move my head. No pain or physical sensation. The sound is like sand or gravel sort of swis?
The only way to: Figure this one out is through an in-person assessment. ...Read more
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
Hi. I have been hearing a squishy fluid sound at the back of my head near my left ear. I also hear these loud cracking sounds from the back of my head?
What does this sound like? I have daily blackouts. No fainting, but no sight and no hearing. It's like someone has turned off the lights without warning and placed my ears on mute. How long does this happen each day? I couldn't tell you because it happens
See your doctor!!!: These kinds of episodes can have many causes, including something blocking blood flow into the arteries of your brain. If severe, this can result in a stroke. Forms of migraine and forms of epilepsy can have similar symptoms. You need a complete evaluation by your primary care provider and probably a referral to a neurologist. Viagra (sildenafil) and similar meds can cause this as a side effect. ...Read more
Jaw moving: It may just be you are hearing the bones in your skull moving when you yawn, most likely the sound is coming from the joint where your jaw bone meets the skull, the temperomandibular joint. No need to worry if you aren't having any pain. ...Read more
See md: Is it one ear or both? Other symptoms related to sinuses, e.g. Stuffy, runny nose, face, dental, or ear pain? Fever? Recent " cold"? May be wax clog (cerumen impaction), inner ear inflammation (labyrhinthitis), or more significant problems like meniere's disease or inner ear masses/tumors (acoustic neuroma, cholesteatoma), other. See md. ...Read more
My balance is off, I have double vision, and I keep hearing really high pitched sound in my ears. What can I do?
Diplopia tinnitus: The inner ear affects balance and visual coordination. When it malfunctions tinnitus (high pitched ringing in the ear (s) is a common accompaniment. If available, you should consult with a neuro-otologist who can sort this out. Otherwise an otolaryngologist can be very important (ent doctor). Do this soon as hearing can be affected. ...Read more
I'm a 20 year old sound engineer, is there value in getting my ears clean? I have excellent hearing but feel like my ears could be plugged.
Maybe: It could be wax. Which is easy to fix. It could be eustachian tube (tube that's connects ear to nose) dysfunction which can give you the feeling that your hearing is a bit muffled (like when you are in an airplane). The only way to know is have an md look. It can also be the start of real hearing loss. Don't be shy about having it checked since you rely on your hearing for your career! ...Read more
Sometimes when standing up I lose my hearing or or more like the sound of letting air out of a tire in both ears it will last about 5 minutes?
I'm hearing a whooshing sound in my left ear. Its not all day but I most often hear it when I yawn, lay down, or turn my head. What could it be?
Several things: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Dear sir, I am finding hollow sound in my left ear from last 10day while chewing, also when I knock on my left side head, I am hearing the sound?
This could be coming from your jaw joint eing out of alignment. Did anything happen in the last ten days that changed things regarding your jaw?
Try moving your jaw side to side and open and close your mouth thast might loosen the muscles and remove the sound your having.
You should also go to an ENT specialist just to check your ears. ...Read more
Ears were exposed to very loud sound by my strong headphones for few seconds, been having ear pain and reduction in hearing, anything to worry about?
Sudden loud sound: I suggest you go see a doctor who can look into your ear canal to see if the ear drum is ruptured. ...Read more
For fnac non specific lymphandatis is caused and a hard stone near ear of left is formed and ear is not hearing properly a zooooooo sound is comming?
Please Clarify!: Your english is a bit rough. You may have a swollen lymph node behind your ear & it's causing some ringing in your ear. If this is the case then the problem is probably occuring in the ear. Dependng on how long this has been going on, it may be draining into the lymph node behind the ear & it could be an infection. If it is as hard as a stone then it could be serious, (a mass). See your doctor asap. ...Read more
What can cause a swishing sound in ears when hearing high pitched sounds? Ear tests were ok and doc said I just had sensitive ears so should I accept?
May be other entity: There are other "things" that can cause one to hear swishing sounds in the ear so if your doctor has only sent you for audiometry testing you could inquire as to their opinion in performing some other tests to rule out something abnormal within the inner ear or even the neck itself. It is slightly odd that only high pitched sounds seem to trigger the noise though. I'm not sure what that indicates. ...Read more
It feels like my body produces a lot of electrical activity, any time I get scared suddenly, like hearing a loud sound, I feel an electrical type shock throughout my body, my ears buzz all the time and I have visual static and migraines, which my neurolog
Activity: It sounds like your body is stressed out and/or quite anxious. Hopefully you are undertaking effects to help reduce stress on top of addressing your medical issues - though it seems like you are based on you seeing doctors and the medications you list. Hopefully you are making efforts to optimize your health like optimizing your sleep, activity levels, diet and stress reduction techniques. ...Read more
High frequency loss: If you are having more trouble hearing in a noisy room, you may have a hearing loss in the high frequencies (high pitches). Do you work in a noisy environment? Obtain a hearing test and let an ENT doctor explain the configuration and pathology and possible treatment. ...Read more
Hi I'm hearing a heartbeat sound in my right ear all the time please anyone could tell what to do? And a headache on right side of my head
I'm hearing a lot of clicking or crackling noises which sound like they are coming from my ear. Also my head has pressure. What could this be?
Eustachian tube: If you have fluid in the ear or a swollen eustachian tube from a recent viral illness, allergy flare up, or other upper respiratory inflammation, you can hear popping or crackling sounds. Head pressure could be from sinuses. Another possibility, is tempormandibular joint dysfunction & muscle pain can cause your symptoms. You should see an ENT and get fully evaluated. ...Read more
I was poking around in my ear and I think I have pushed wax further into my ear. I have half hearing in my left ear and have a ringing sound.
Impaction??: If your hearing was ok prior to "poking around" in your ear then two things are possible. 1. You pushed the wax deeper into your ear canal 2. You may have caused a perforation of your ear drum. In any event it is essential that you see your family physician asap and let him/her rectify the problem. ...Read more
My ears feel plugged and muffled and I am now extremely sensitive to sound. Hearing even footsteps hurts like crazy. Is this a normal earache?
No: An earache means your ear actually hurts. Does your ear hurt? Are you more sensitive to internal sounds such as that occurs when chewing or hearing your own footsteps rather than of others? If that is the case and your ear does not hurt, when considering your other symptoms, it sounds like you may have accumulated fluid behind your ear drum, what we call serous otitis media. ...Read more
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