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How To Get Rid Of Ringing In Ear
Find the cause: Tinnitus is latin=ringing: in the ear is often a symptom, not a disease in itself. Causes include infection, foreign body, exposure to loud noise, eustachian tube dysfunction, nasal allergies blocking the tubes, multiple sclerosis, side effects of some meds, and currently common in the young is "ipod-induced" so, treating the above will likely resolves your symptom...Consult your doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Ringing in EARS:
First find the cause and treat it, that will work in most cases, and the symptoms go away, in others it is a frustrating experience especially in some older patients
some otolaryngologist recommend niacin, but there is no evidence to support it. Other meds that have been tried neurontin, (gabapentin) Campral a grug used to treat alcohlism is being studied and may be helpful according to studies done in brazil in2005. ...Read more
Many causes: Maintaining tinnitus is often the best that some treatments provide. Determining the cause of tinnitus is difficult. Start with a very thorough history and exam with your doctor. Keeping a home diary of the ringing events, or what may increase it or decrease would be valuable- write down your what you are eating, pain if any, what ear/ears, lying down or upright. The supplement ginkgo may help. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my ears have been ringing for a few days. I need simple and effective ways to get rid of it without medicine?
Ears ringing: Simple and effective is to figure out what is causing it and treat that. Do you have a bug in your ears for example? ...Read more
See ENT: As stated, tinnitis can be very annoying. See an ENT dr. For an evalutaion as there are some causes of tinnitis that need to be ruled out. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a ringing in my right ear for more than a while and I'm getting very concerned about it is there anything to do to get rid of it?
If you didn't: Have it before and haven't had an infection recently or been exposed to an extremely loud noise then have someone take a look in your ear that knows what they are looking at. Sometimes a small amount of wax against the eardrum can cause tinnitus. Stop taking Aspirin also. Failing that, wait it out and if it doesn't go away don't worry it won't cause any problems. ...Read more
Constant ringing: Tinnitus is latin=ringing: in the ear is often a symptom, not a disease in itself. Causes include infection, foreign body, exposure to loud noise, eustachian tube dysfunction, nasal allergies blocking the tubes, multiple sclerosis, side effects of sme meds, and currently common in the young is "ipod-induced" so, treating the above may likely resolves your symptom...Consult your doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Head feels full, ears feel like they need to pop, muffled sounds, have to concentrate to hear what people say, constant ringing. How to get rid of?
Congestion: It appears that your eustschian tubes at the back of your nose are blocked by virtue of either allergies or a head cold. Try irritating your nasal passages with warm, salt water and spray a Nasal decongestant like neosynephrine or take a combination antihistamine and decongestant like contac or allerest (may cause drowsiness)orally. ...Read more
Ringing in both ears for 3 months. Loud in the morning. How to get rid if it? Vitamins? What could be wrong? Thanks!
You have tinnitus, a very common problem often associated with hearing loss. The cause is not fully known but seems related to problems with the brain. Neuronomics is a new treatment with a high success rate that retrains the brain- see http://neuromonics. Com
Other natural therapies may help- see
http://dremilykane. Com/2002/05/10/top-five-remedies-for-tinnitus/ ...Read more
The left side of my jaw is in agony. I can hardly chew. I don't have a headache/ear pain/ringing. What can I do to get rid of the pain?
1st ENTconsider TMJ: First see an ENT! If the side of your head is tender consider the possibility of a TMJ condition. The jaw muscles in the face and on the side of the head when fatigued become very tender and cause headaches, tenderness to hand pressure. Many patients also experience ear pressure, ringing, and ear pain which can be symptoms of a TMJ condition. For a TMJ specialist visit AACFP. ...Read more
Respected sir. From last few months. I heard a ringing in my ear. Plz give me some treatment method so that I can get rid of this proble...
Hard to say...: There could be many causes. You need to see a doctor, give a history and physical exam, and discuss diagnosis and treatment options. Based on just this information, its hard to say what is going on. ...Read more
I can always feel pin and needles on my feet after folded my legs. What shall I do to get rid of this? Sometimes I got a ringing ears too.
I don't believe: The toes are related to your other non foot issues. ...Read more
I have a dull eardrum and fluid behind my ear caused by a cold and mucus build up few weeks ago. How do I get rid of fluid so ears will stop ringing?
And antihistamine therapy. Use any generic 12 hr. nasal spray for no more than 3 days. Use nasal saline spray or gel every 3-4 hrs. (not applicable if you have hypertension).
Hot steam showers and inhale steam through your nose.
Lastly, use OTC antihistamine such as Zyrtec or Claritin. ...Read more
Hi ive had a ear infection for over a week now completed full lot off antibiotics but still cant hear and ringing always there how can I get rid of it?
See a doctor: You should see an ophthalmologist to determine why you have loss of vision. ...Read more
Vinegar/ debridement: First order of business it to remove the fungus and debris in your ear. An ENT will do that. If your ear drum is intact, irrigating it with vinegar/water mixture is helpful. Other possibility is a ink dye that your ENT has. You need both to succeed as ear fungus can be stubborn. ...Read more
Otitis externa 3days:
Avoid any further trauma to the ear. Do not attempt to remove visible debris or drainage from the ear
stop swimming or exposure to water until the condition improves
apply heat to the ear to control the pain at home
if the person is not allergic to these, try a over-the-counter pain medicines such as aspirin, Ibuprofen (such as advil)
ear drops must be obtain with a prescription from a doctor. ...Read more
OUCH: Swimmer's ear is notoriously painful - even just touching your affected ear can feel like a knife going through your head. Start treatment asap, and ask doctor if the drops prescribed have topical steroid in them, which will help reduce the inflammation from the infection quicker. In the meantime, Ibuprofen will help take the edge off the pain. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: Or ENT who should be able to repair ...Read more