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Roaring Noise In Ear
Turbulent flow: More than likely you are hearing your external carotid artery. Flow in this artery often causesa roaring in the ear on the affected side. On ocassion, this artery may have to be ligated to stop this if unbearable. See an ENT or cv surgeion if not your pcp and get evaluated. You may need hearing eval as well. ...Read more
Need to be seen: Any time patients complain of "terrible pain" it should be check out, no matter where it is in the body. There are multiple causes for ear pain and hearing a loud roaring noise in the ear. Some our can be as simple as an ear infection or as complicated as tumor growth. In any case, the only way to know is to have it checked out. ...Read more
Left ear pain on and off for a few mths with a high pitched ringing. Now pain still come and goes but have a low roaring constantly. What could it be?
Ear pain: You have this pain for long time aleady, now with ringing in same ear, you probably have fluids in your ear or chronic infection, it is time to see your doctor or ENT. Good luck ...Read more
If I had a tumor in my inner ear, what would the symptoms be? Would a ear infec. With roaring& some dizziness be it? Would it be constant?
Hearing & Balance: Tumors of the inner ear are not common. The most common tumor of the ear would be an acoustic neuroma which is benign and not cancer. Most present with hearing loss - usually gradual but can be sudden. Tinnitus (abnormal sound in the ear) is possible as well. Dizziness is a very uncommon presenting symptom because these tumors usually grow very slowly the body compensates for the loss of balance. ...Read more
I have always had the chirping sounds in my ears, but now one ear has developed more of a low roaring sound. It is very annoying at night?
Check out this link: Unfortunately, there's no cure for tinnitus. However, fortunately it's not a fatal condition. Consider seeing an ENT specialist esp. If it's accompanied by hearing loss, dizziness, headache, passing out etc. Perhaps exposure to loud or soft. Constant noise at your workplace or noise may have contributed to your condition. God bless u! http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/tinnitus/ds00365. ...Read more
I have a problem with my ears, I keep hearing loud noises e.g Roaring and buzzing but my ear isn't sore at all?
Tinitus: MAY be the condition you are dealing with. It includes sounds in the ear such as the buzzing you mention. Please see your doctor. ...Read more
For 2mos I have had a severe 24/7 headache (left temple) but only whenever I move my head, combined with intermittent roaring sounds in my ears.?
Hello I have a roaring in my right ear. That never stops. It sounds like my pulse but it is so loud that it sounds like a tornado. Cant take it no more?
Tinnitus: The sound in your ear is called tinnitus. There are some treatable causes. You should see an ENT - ears, nose and throat doctor also known as an otolaryngologist. The noise can be masked somewhat with music and other 'white' noise devices. Please get help right away to minimize your suffering. ...Read more
Dr changed bystolic (nebivolol) to vasotec, but I've had perfect renal labs. It's not working, roaring in ears; won't change back on phone, appt not til 3 wks.
How come?: Why? There must be a reason. Maybe the doctor will share it with you. If there's no reason or he/she won't discuss it with you, you have good reason to change to someone else. ...Read more
When I lay down, I constantly hear a roaring sound of my pulse in my right ear. It almost feels like pressure is on it too, what could it be?
Pulsatile tinnitus?: See a ent specialist for an evaluation. ...Read more
I get a low roaring in my left ear. Then dizziness and nausea sometimes follows. After I vomit I feel fine. I been tested no menieres?
Doc changed my bystolic (nebivolol) to vasotec, now have roaring in ears. Appt w/ doc in 3 wks, what to do in meantime? Beta blockers have always worked better.
Vasotec (enalapril) problmes: You should call your physician (p) to discuss your problem. Your p had a reason to change your medication and if you have problems with vasotec (enalapril) (v) to let the p know. You are a diabetic and v is able to reduce both blood pressure and protein in the urine, perhaps that is why you were changed to v. ...Read more
Light roaring in left ear, volume varies day to day. Sometimes dizziness and nausea. But all symptoms subside after I vomit or just fade away. Avm?
Not likely: This does not sound like the typical presentation of an avm. Avms or av fistulas near the head regions have been reported to have a bruit which is a roaring type sound. However, these tend to be constant. You should have this checked out by a physician. ...Read more
I have roaring in ear, nagging headache on forehead, top of head, temples. Dizziness., ENT did tests nothing showed. Could it be tension? Wants me to mri
I suffer meniere's w/ vertigo & constant loud roar in ear. Is there a nerve in ear that I can have clipped to end this nightmare? Pros & cons?
Both ears are pluged. Like if u went up on a high mountain. Sometimes so much so that I cant hear anything except roar. BP test at home is 140/100???
Be careful: You can clean the outsides of your ears with soap and water. Be careful not to put anything (q-tips, bobby pins, pens, fingernails) into your ear canals- you can do serious harm. So long as your eardrum is intact, you can use mineral oil to keep the wax accumulation down in the canal. If you are unsure, please see an ENT who can advise you more directly. ...Read more
Many: This depends a great deal on the history of your symptoms, and family history and any other pertinent information during an interview. There is the whisper test, the two word test, the finger rub test, The Weber and Rinne utilizing the tuning fork, The is the otoscopic exam, pneumatic otoscopy, tympanogram, and audiologic testing. This list is not complete, but just a start of the basics. ...Read more
If a child has...: ...An orifice, they will put something into it. I have taken beads, toy shoes, toy tires, cloth flowers, peas, blueberries, jelly beans, wads of tissue, and lots of other things out of ears, noses, and genitals. They do it because they can, because they don't know they shouldn't, and to see what happens. ...Read more
3 months or 13 years: Children grow up just fine without getting their ears pierced. Earrings snag on things. Earrings come off and become a choking hazard. If parents feel they need pierce their baby's ears, wait at least until the baby is 3 months old. Otherwise, children can get their ears pierced when they become teenagers, a time when they start learning more about personal grooming and cosmetics. ...Read more