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I Have Tinitus Thats Ringing In The Ear Is There A Treatment Cure For It
Tinnitus: What you are describing is tinnitus.Tinnitus is very common and usually but not always associated with hearing loss (usually a high frequency loss). I would recommend getting a hearing test at your local ent's office. Unfortunately, there is no cure for tinnitus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi Eric. Maybe you can advice me or point to some other site for help. I live in new zealand n have had treatment for pulsatile tinnitus in my left ear. My diagnosis was venous sinus stenosis. After stenting noise has almost gone from ear but i get really
Healthnavigator : Hi there. Venous sinus stenosis is pretty uncommon. http://www.healthnavigator.org.nz is a great NZ website which has good information on tinnitus but there isn't much patient information about your condition. I would suggest you talk more with the doctor who diagnosed you or see your GP for more advice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any cure for tinnitus? I sometimes get a high-pitched noise in my ear but it goes away after a bit.
Is there any cure for tinnitus? Mine started last spring with a sound like a gunshot in my right ear and like whistling in a tube sound in my left one
Yes and no: No, there is nothing that can make the sound completely disappear. Yes, you will likely become apathetic to the sound with time so that it you will become functionally cured. ...Read more
Are there no tinnitus treatments at all? Ringing in ears started a few weeks ago, as well as crackling in neck when I turn it. Related? Remedies?
No treatment cure: Tinnitus may be the result of vascular disease, brain lesions and ear disease among others. The most common cause of tinnitus is hearing loss, so a hearing test is necessary. Treatment depends on the cause. Start with a general medical visit. Then see an otolaryngologist to make sure there are no other symptoms and get a hearing test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?: I am not aware of any "latest treatment" for tinnitus. It is a very difficult disorder to deal with because we don't have any definitive treatments. There are an assortment of natural, alternative and medical remedies available that could help bring some relief. Tinnitus retraining therapy as been shown to be a very effective program for the management of that irritating sound in the ears. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the most effective treatment for tinnitus problem, cannot sleep please suggest me a treatment?
Masking is possible: There is no medical treatment for tinnitus. Patho-physiology is now understood to be an increase in synchronous electrical discharge in the auditory nervous system. An audiologist can match the pitch and intensity of the tinnitus and sometimes, this masker (hearing aid) can decrease the awareness of the tinnitus. Also identify if you have a hearing loss. Unilateral hearing loss needs diagnosis ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you get tinnitus while on Accutane treatment by going to bars/clubs with loud music? or increase the risk of it?
Absolutely!: Just being around loud music will increase your risk of tinnitus -- the loud music can damage (sometimes permanently) the structures in the cochlea (the hearing organ). Accutane can also affect your hearing. I advise staying away from environments with loud noise. If you can't avoid them, talk with your Dr. about noise-protective earplugs. ...Read more
How is the treatment for multiple sclerosis? Will my tinnitus (caused by multiple sclerosis) go away after i treat it?
Hard to predict.: If you have Multiple Sclerosis, you should be using specific MS medication, and do NOT understand why you are using ginkgo, which is totally useless for any neurological disease. Tinnitus may be due to inner ear issue and best to evaluate using audiological/ otological testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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