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Hearing Loss Vomiting And Alcoholism
I am seeing a net tomorrow for dizziness lightheadedness and vomiting I have also had 3 falls due to balance. No hearing loss and no fullness in ear ?
Visibly, it is continuing to drink in ways that are "out of control" despite negative consequences.It is a metabolic disorder where alcohol is not processed normally. Over time tolerance develops, (it takes more to get the desired effect). In later stages there are often withdrawal symptoms when you stop, but not always. Many relapse after abstaining for a while, esp. ...Read more
Hello Doctor Mandel! A month ago I suffered from acute labyrinthitis with veritigo and vomiting, hearing loss on my left ear. Now I still have noise in my left ear and sometimes steadless. What you can recommend as treatment? Thank you ver much!!!
Avoid operating: machinery and rest. Doing valsalva will help. It may take another few days and all your symptoms will go away. Good luck. ...Read more
May Not Be Able: Depending on the cause, you may not be able to reverse any hearing loss. You may only be able to protect what you have left. See your doctor to determine the cause of the loss. If it can be treated, they will start treatment. If it cannot be fixed, then learn how to protect what you have left. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: If your hearing loss is sudden and recent you need to see an ear doctor immediately. If the loss has been developing gradually, then an evaluation to determine the type and cause should be undertaken. Then, depending on the form of loss and severity you might benefit from hearing aids, a cochlear implant or other interventions to regain sound perception. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hearing loss: Temporary hearing loss can be from various causes. E.G. A plugging of the outer ear canal with ear wax can occasionally cause hearing loss. Loud noises and explosions can cause temporay loss and also with firing guns etc. Clogging of the middle ear and eustachen tubes also can give temporary hearing loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See an ENT: Sudden hearing loss is an ENT emergency. It could be something as simple as ear wax or it could be nerve damage related to a viral infection. There is a two week window to treat with steroids/anti-virals if there is any expected recovery if it is sudden nerve damage. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Great question: Sudden deafness, if not caused by impacted wax, is still controversial. But the most common causes are viral infection, vascular occlusion of a small artery supplying blood to the inner ear and there has recently been some supportive evidence of a genetic link to sudden deafness. This is one of the few otologic emergencies which requires immediate diagnosis and possible treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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