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Right Ear Tingling Symptoms
Headaches. Earaches. Ringing in ears. Mostly on right side of head and right ear. Any other symptoms to look out for? Should i see my gp?
Yes.: Ringing in the ear (tinnitus) is common and there are many causes. Unilateral tinnitus always needs to be evaluated more carefully. Most gp's can help to find out what the cause is. Sometimes you may need to see an otolaryngologist (ENT) and sometimes people need to have an mri. Start with a good history and exam with your physician and take it from there. Good luck! ...Read more
The very top of my right ear has been tingling on and off throughout the day for the past two days. What could be causing this?
Tingling sensation in right ear happens all day long off and on. It doesn't itch just a tingling almost water feeling but I know theres no water?
I am feeling stretch round the right neck, right side of fore head since two months.It goes sometimes but comes back.Tingling ii head near right ear.
Need evaluation : this could be due to the muscles around the neck and perhaps comes from a neck problem. You need to see your physician and clarify that or was there something else that may be having the same symptoms. Pinching a nerve could've also cause some of these symptoms that's what needs to be evaluated ...Read more
I have tingling on right side of head and in front of right ear along with a cold feeling. What is it??
I have been having tingling on left side of face and right ear been hurting no headaches what could this be its about 3 weeks now?
See md: After all medical factors have been ruled out and you are still suffering go to your dentist for an evaluation. It could be related to your jaw shifting to your right side which would cause war pain on right and temple pain on left. ...Read more
Experiencing about one week of tingling on the top of and behind my right ear in an arc about one inch wide & four inches long. Ideas?
I have been having tingling and numbness on my head above my right ear also get migraines everyday, should I be worried?
Is this new?: If the tingling & numbness are on the same side as the pain, the symptoms are likely part of your migraine syndrome. Have you been diagnosed with migraines or did you just diagnose yourself? Do you have headaches "every day," or do you have "everyday" headaches & also a less frequent kind of headache? (Bad spelling can ruin your health, you know.) ...Read more