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How Can I Stop The Constant Ringing In My Ears
Depends: Stopping the ringing depends on knowing the cause. This would require a visit with an ENT doctor where a history would be taken, physical exam done, and probably a comprehensive hearing test (audiogram). Once the cause is known, it can potentially be treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ringing in Ears: There is currently no treatment to stop ringing in ears. The ringing can be alleviated if your hearing test reveals hearing loss pattern that can be help with hearing aids. If you have not done so already, see your local ear nose and throat specialist for examination and hearing tests. ...Read more
See ENT: there are many potential reasons to consider with ear ringing or tinnitus (hearing loss, cardiovascular, medication, infectious, middle ear process, inner ear process, neoplasticism, etc) so I would recommend a thorough exam and hearing test with an ENT. In many cases the reason is quite benign but an ENT may help with treatment or coping methods. ...Read more
You probably can't: Unless your ringing is due to certain medications or recent noise exposure, the odds are you will continue to have ringing, a very annoying and often long-lasting symptom which is caused by a large variety of things. ...Read more
Maybe not: Ringing in the ear is known as tinnitus. It is most often associated with hearing loss. You should be evaluated with an audiogram and ENT examination. Tinnitus can be eliminated if it caused by a medication or a treatable problem of the middle ear or temporomandibular joint. If hearing loss is confirmed, then masking techniques are most effective at "hiding" the tinnitus so it is not intrusive. ...Read more
Discuss with Doc: You may need special testing, including hearing and vestibulocochlear testing.Do you ever have any dizziness associated with the ringing? Tinnitus (ringing in ears) is common after a brain injury and if it is stable, does not suggest any direct new pathology, where as new tinnitus after a stable brain injury can suggest something else developing. If testing is negative, discuss with ENT causes/meds. ...Read more
Fluid?: Tinnitus or ringing in the ear can be from problem with the ossicles or from decreased hearing and you are hearing bone transmissions of sound in yourself. Go see your doctor for exam, it may be nothing or it could be something. Simple things like decongestant or nasal spray may help, or stopping medicines like pain meds or further studies needed. ...Read more
Jaw pain: Temporomandibular disorders, jaw pain, orofacial pain are terms which denotes chronic jaw pain problem which is not due to any dental pathology. Your complaint is possibly due to temporomandibular disorders. Try warm compresses over the jaws and temples along with self massaging; this might help. Advil/tylenol is also an option. You can contact an orofacial pain dentist (find one on www.Aaop.Org). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wisdom teeth are coming in and it's causing me not to hear in my right ear. How long before I can hear? I have Bad anxiety
See an oral surgeon: In many cases wisdom teeth should be extracted due to complications associated with the presence of tooth decay. It is a common procedure, generally performed under local anesthesia, intravenous (IV) sedation, or general anesthesia by a specially trained dentist or oral surgeon. Often extracting a wisdom tooth is the best solution. See an oral surgeon for x-ray and evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sounds like tubes!: Sounds like you are having problems with your eustachian tubes. See an ENT specialist! ...Read more
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