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Screams Ears Will Lose Hearing
My grandson age 7 thinksits funny to scream in my ear (i'm68withonegood ear). He thinks he's on the playground. Now i'm having hearing problems in my?
Get Hearing Checked: Loud noise/sound can lead to hearing loss. It will be very important for you to see your doctor to test for any loss in your good ear. Your grandson's behavior is also alarming here. Seven year olds are able to comprehend that screaming directly into an ear is harmful. There must be zero tolerance for child's actions. Please discuss with parents to address/eliminate this harmful behavior. ...Read more
No, not always.: It sounds like your eardrum ruptured. It should grow back, kinda like a fingernail. However, please make sure you are under the care of a good Otolaryngologist (ENT) to make sure things are going as expected. ...Read more
Yes: Most are these causes are not serious and are correctable. See an ENT doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
Time?: If this is only for a few seconds, it is probably not a problem, it it is consistently happening and for longer than a few minuts, especially if it happens in only one ear, you should see an ENT and also have a hearing test. Sometimes the ear just makes noises (tinnitus) but it can be a sign of previous hearing damage or hearing loss. ...Read more
My mom is losing her hearing. She says its worse when she grinds all night and feels ear full. But I stil worry.?
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