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Humming In Ears At Night
Unlikely: If a notable deformity exist, treatment is surgical. ...Read more
Tinnitus: Tinnitus is experiencing the sensation of sound that is not physically there. Most forms of tinnitus (ringing in the ear) is very common and not concerning. But when the sound is a pulsing sensation or if it is just on one side it should then be checked by an ENT (it could represent abnormal blood flow associated with different benign tumors) - although this is not common, it must be ruled out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ears fluttering or vibrating when I lay down at night. What could this be? Is it a cause for concern?
Last night i went to a concert for the first time and afterwards my ears were ringing. Its been 20 hours and one still is. Will it go away?
Yes: typical after a loud concert. expect improvement by tomorrow. see doc if not resolved in a week ...Read more
Depends on damage: If the ears were exposed to too much loud noise then the sensititivty/ringing may be permanent. However, i would recommend using ear protection /plugs whenever around loud noises and avoiding caffeine and alcohol. If damage not very much you may find that over several weeks or less the damage may decrease or go away entirely. Also noise masking at night helps if it causes problems with sleep. ...Read more
Tinnitus : It may be masked by daytime noise, environment, activities, and distractions . At night when trying to sleep, all of that is gone and the ringing becomes noticeable. It has probably always been there all day. Audiology test may find Mild hearing loss . Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With normal clotting: function & sustained adequate pressure to the bleeding location, without moving, at least 5 minutes, will nearly always result in enough clotting to stop all bleeding. Exception: squirting arterial bleeding (Stopping this typically requires more knowledge of anatomy, skill & ~15 min of higher pressure, enough to stop bleeding). After stopped, be careful to not pull off the clot for several days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nocturnal Bruxism: Could represent an irritation of the TMJ (which is located in front of the ear canal or 'external auditory meatus') from grinding teeth at night. Could also represent referred pain from the throat from mucosal dessication and 'mouth breathing' during sleep. How old is patient, is it one side or both sides? How long has it been present. What makes it better or worse? Otolaryngology follow up rec- ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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