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Throbbing Sound In Ear
Ear infection: Without knowing anything more or able to perform a physical exam, your symptoms are suggestive of acute ear infection. Try decongestant and auto-insufflation maneuver to "pop" ears. if no relieve or symptoms worsening, you may need medical decongestion and antibiotics. ear infection or inflammation can cause tinnitus, headache and decreased hearing. When its one-sided, its better to see ENT. ...Read more
Right ear infection 8/25.On antibiotic since.Have slight ear pain and headache.loud ringing/muffled sound. Pain behind eyes. Left ear craclking.
Breeze/heart beat sound in ear then ringing then no hearing in right ear occasionally hurts very annoying?
Otitis medi: You're describing fairly typical symptoms of otitis media which can be non-infected (serous otitis media) or infected (purulent otitis media). If you have a fever, see a doctor immediately. If you don't, see one soon. An ENT is ideal but your family doctor can be a big help. ...Read more
Check your pulse: If coincident with each beat of your pulse and you have no other symptoms and your blood pressure is controlled then nothing to worry about. Carotid artery can create bone conduction sound picked up by your ear. Occasionally an indicator of excessively high blood pressure of a cardiac arrythmia. If you suspect either then follow up with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ear pain, jaw pain near ear, ear ringing, ear clogged/cant hear, feels like water in ear, general congestion/dark mucus. Any ideas/recs? Thx!
That's a need for MD: Best solution would be to have this examined by a professional (family doctor), and throat cultured and assessed. Upper respiratory tract infections may well be due to virus, bacteria, etc. You might try using a netti-pot or nasal saline spray along with a decongestant and nsaid. This sounds like it may be due to sinus disease, in which case the above might well help. ...Read more
Usually ear: Check online for multiple causes of tinnitus. People who are constantly exposed to noise @ work are more prone to ringing in the ear- pilots, musicians, sports players, construction workers, entertainers etc. Ear plugs may minimize the chances of developing tinnitus. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Family practice : Tinnitus is ringing of the ears. It is caused by inflammation of the inner ear. The hair fibers of the inner ear are very delicate it is often associated with dizziness. Menieres syndrome exposure to loud noises. Ear wax empaction and infection. Rarely a small tumor called acoustic neuromaay be the cause. If it persists get it checked out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Infection?: Possible that the wisdom tooth is infected and may need treatment or extraction. The nerve sensation for that tooth enter the skull just in front and deep to the ear. It is common to have referred pain/issues from a wisdom tooth. You may also have an inner ear infection in combo or by its self. Have it checked out by a dentist for the wisdom tooth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Acute ringing in ear (tinnitus) last 24 hrs. Also weird "buzzing" sensation in head. Not quite vertigo though. Does this sound like Meniere's ?
Tinnitus: Tinnitus or "ringing" or "buzzing" in the ears are common symptoms which can be short lived or chronic. It is associated with hearing loss. Sudden onset tinnitus can occur in patients with noise exposure or ear infections. If symptoms persist or worsen over 3 or more weeks, it is recommended to see your doctor for an evaluation. In the absence of vertigo Meniere's is less likely. ...Read more
Constant noise in my left ear, MRI clear? Worse in cold weather and wind but constant sooshing sound
Tinnitus : You have tinnitus, and there are many reasons for it including some we don't know. It can occur due to noise exposure, so lower that. Certain drugs like Aspirin may cause it, and it can be part of the aura of migraine. It is not dangerous and it is quite common. You can try using a white noise machine when you sleep and find and audiologist that can perform tinnitus retraining therapy. ...Read more
Can TMJ cause ears hissing/ringing? Ear dull aches and ear itching? Laying down moving jaw forward changes sound. MRI of ear and brain were good.
Yes Take home test!: It sounds like you have a TMJ problem. The reason the sound changes when you move you jaw forward is you are moving the condyle down and forward freeing the joint to function normally. When you do this usually the sound goes away. (clicking and popping) A good test is to open an close and listen for clicking and popping.Then bite on a cotton tip applicator (Qtip) open and close-no more noise. ...Read more
Fluid in ear: Yes.Get a more detailed answer ›