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Pulsating Ringing In Ears
Dizziness lightheadedness faintness pulsating head pressure ringing ears for 5 months. Symptoms come n go no triggers. Ct scan w out contrast clear.
I have ringing/pulsating in ears. Headache in front of head. Creepy crawly feeling in temples. Also pregnant. Should I be worried?
Check your B/P: See a provider and find out if your B/P is OK. You may also be having a 'Migraine of Pregnancy'. In any event, rest, get plenty of fluids and see a Provider and check it out. ...Read more
I am experiencing ringing in ears and ear ache (quality: dull or aching sensation, throbbing sensation, sensation of pressure or fullness) (severi...
Throbbing headache in back of head and forehead and throbbing in face, sore neck, ringing in ears and vision affected ?
Hello, please can you help me I've had tinnitus for about a year now and I've been to my doctors but they said they can't do anything, I get about 4 hours sleep a night if that because of it, my ears are always throbbing and it is very painful, I also get
Tinnitus: There is no real answer to this problem as there is no definitive cure. Sometime it just disappears. ...Read more
Can chiari get worse with ehler danlos. Daily headaches, new tinnitus and pulsating in head, tingling fingers and toes constantly 3 yrs was 5mm hernia?
Possible, but...: Please get this checked out by your primary care doc or specialist. There are too many other things this could be and you want to be sure. Be well. ...Read more
TINNITUS(RINGING EAR: It can be caused by several medical conditions and you need to check with your doctor , following common conditions allergies, ear infections, hearing loss, wxcessive wax, brain or head injury, stress, hypothyroidism, lyme disease, TMJ disfunction, high blood pressure, meniers disease, otosclerosis, and poor circulation. ...Read more
Tinnitus treatment: We check for underlying causes such as earwax occluding the ear canals, hearing loss due to history of loud noise exposure or age-relates, medications, high blood pressure, head/neck injuries, head/neck tumors, TMJ disorder, etc. Treatments will depend of whether the cause of tinnitus is treatable or not. ...Read more
No: This is normally associated with repeated exposure to loud sounds. ...Read more
Doctor can check it: An ear that feels strange, and doesn't go back to normal in a day or two, should be checked by a primary care doctor. The same goes for an ear that has ringing. The primary care doctor may refer to an ENT specialist if needed. There may be excess wax, ear fluid behind the eardrum, or a middle ear infection, etc... If there might be an insect in the ear (feel movement), the ER is the place to go. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why am I losing my balance. No ringing in ears. I've been sick with bronchitis could that be the problem.
BP OK?: Medications for cough and congestion can make one dizzy. Coughing can raise your BP and make you have problems catching your breath. If your dizziness worsens or you get other symptoms you should get looked at. Check your temperature pulse and BP at home and keep notes. If you get a stiff neck, high fever or worsen seek medical attention. ...Read more
Owned campus bar and hung out there all the time. 30 yrs later have intermmittent ringing in ears. Driving me crazy.?
A guy comes into a b: Hard to say what your issue is. If you worked 30 years in a bar with loud music, you may be experiencing some hearing difficulties. Ringing in the ears is most likely menierre's disease and not related to the sound. You need a good audiological eval and ENT eval to make sure all is okay. You may end up with hearing aids. May always have ringing and may worsen. Get checked. ...Read more
Hearing bass from music that husband can't hear/says isn't playing. Already have constant ringing.in ears. Hear it at work also.
Tinnitus: Tinnitus is the perception of hearing a sound that isn't actually there. This can be caused by problems in the ear (outer, middle and inner) or the nerves and brain that translate pressure waves in the air into sound that we hear. Problems in these areas trick the brain into thinking that there is noise when there is not. See your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more