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I Have A Ringing In My Ear
Look for cause: New onset ringing in the ears should be evaluated to find the cause. One of the most common causes is noise exposure and hearing loss. Get this checked first. The treatments for tinnitus include sound therapy (not letting it get get to quiet), lipoflavinoid vitamin, B complex vitamin and zinc. ...Read more
ENT specialist: See an ENT specialist, there are may causes of ringing in the ears such as ménière's disease, salicylate poisoning. It can be managed, once the cause is determined. ...Read more
I have had ringing in my ears (both) since 1998. It is really annoying. What can I do to get the ringing to stop. Are there any free remedies?
This : This sounds alot like tinnitus. This can be caused from a history of loud noise, exposure to particularly toxic medication or medication or with normal aging. The ringing is usually worse in quiet enviroments and better in rooms with a little noise. There is no medication that will make this go away. However there is a little trick which often helps, especially at night. Leave a fan on, or turn your radio on music or white noise real low volume. The noise is usually just enough to be louder than the ringing sound. Your brain will learn to ignore this other more familiar noise, you will sleep better. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The past couple days I have nonstop ringing in my ears. I've had no trauma at all. What could he causing this?
Many things: The most important condition to be evaluated for is sudden sensorineural hearing loss, this would require a visit to your ENT or audiologist. This would require timely treatment. Anything that causes hearing loss such as ear wax, ear infection can also be to blame. The most common cause is hearing loss related to aging. Loud noise exposure can also cause tinnitus as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is time to see: A neurologist. Neurologists specialize in disease of and damage to the nervous system. Re.: make an appointment with your primary care physician to discuss whether a visit to a neurologist is warranted. ...Read more
I have had ringing in my ears for almost 3 weeks now. I been on a lot of meds during this time as well as bad allergies. Will this go away??
Probably: If tinnitus is due to transient conditions such as infection, eustachian tube dysfunction, allergies, it most likely will be transient. With sensorineural hearing loss and long term noise exposure, it may be permanent, however oftentimes may fluctuate. Remember low sodium, low caffeine diet and treat the underlying cause. Good luck. ...Read more
Hello, For the past couple days I have had ringing in my ears and my right ear makes a crackling noise when I move my head around. ET dysfunction?
Eustachian Tube: Could be Eustachian tube. This tube provides a pressure equalizer for the middle ear. If it is closed off the pressure in the middle ear is reduced. Moving, yawning, swallowing may open the tube for a second and air rushes up the tube into the middle ear moving the drum when it arrives. You hear this crackle when the drum moves. It usually resolves on its own. ...Read more
Need seen: dizziness, assuming you mean vertigo or the sensation of spinning and/or falling and ringing in ears or tinnitus is a sign of irritation or injury of the 8th cranial nerve or the nerve responsible for hearing and balance regulation. The shivering has got me a little perplexed. Could be that you have a viral infection, causing you to shiver and this can irritate this nerve as well causing sx. ...Read more
I'm on antibiotics for an ear infection! I have terrible ringing in my ears and everything sounds like robots, is this usual?
Yes: Ringing in your ears suggests your ear infection is rather severe. When middle ear space is infected, the space is full of fluid and everything sounds abnormal. If these symptoms do not resolved after about a week of treatment, please return to your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have constipation, ringing in my ears and chills. I'm on benadryl, (diphenhydramine) avapro and doxycyline. Any connections? If not, what is causing the symptoms?
Go see your doc: Who ever prescribed your antibiotic (doxycycline) should be aware of your concerns. Perhaps your chills are a result of your infection. Depending upon how long you've been taking your antibiotics, your chills should be improving. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) has classic anticholinergic properties which means it can cause constipation, urinary retention, dry mouth & dry eyes. Best to go see your doc. ...Read more
I have continuous ringing in my ears ! due to eustachian tube problem! i received zyrtec and nasal decongestant but still no improvement . Any ideas?
Otolaryngologist: If you have not seen one already, it is time to consult an otolaryngologist to help you with your symptoms. ...Read more
I have constant ringing in my ears wake up most days with a splitting head ache nausea and extreamly fatigued the days when these symptoms are worse my balance eye sight hearing and coordination are next to none and it is very difficult to think also i ex
Those : Those are concerning symptoms and you need to be seen medically. Ringing in your ears (tinnitus), severe headache, nausea and fatigue can be signs of multiple serious medical problems. Please be seen immediately by a doctor for a complete evaluation. If you have severe pain, vomiting, fever, or new complaints then you must be seen in the er. ...Read more
Compression in tmj: One possible answer for this condition is compression in the jaw joint. As the muscles that opens and closes the jaw becomes too powerful with repetitive motion, the teeth will wear down and cause a vertical loss of height which translates to loss of space in the jaw joint. This can put pressure on the ear canal.A hard plastic occlusal guard can restore the space and working length of the muscles. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a constant ringing in my ear. It started yesterday. Will it go away? How can I fix this? Is there any ear drops or anything?
I have been hearing ringing in my ear. I would go into more detail but I'm only aloud to type 150 letters for some reason?
I was in an auto accident where the side airbag deployed and I have been having ringing in my ear aswell as pain. I am worried about permanant damage ?
I am having problem with my blood pressure. At night it increases to 145/95 and at day it is upto 125/85. Also i have ringing in my ear. it is loud.
Your blood: pressure of 145/95 is high, especially at your age. Ringing in your ear is probably not related to hypertension. Hypertension is almost always essential, meaning that there is no identifiable cause. You should however undergo medical evaluation to make sure that you have no reversible causes. ...Read more
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