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Why Do My Ears Feel Like They Are Burning
Redness?: Could be skin rash , inflammed cartilage or part of flushing on face. Inflammation of cartilage on both ears can be associated with inflammation. Redness can be part of systemic infection or even allergic reaction. Short term cold compresses and antiinflammatories. Watch for other symptoms than see doc for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What would make my ears feel like they are burning (not inside, but around the top)? My blood pressure is normal.
Need more info: The question "were your ears burning?" is a saying people use when someone they were just talking about shows up or calls. I've never heard it used in a medical context because it is not a symptom or feeling typically ascribed to any disease of the ear that I'm aware of. If you are having pain in your ears you may have an infection but even infections will feel different if in middle ear or canal ...Read more
Depends on cause.: How long has this been going on? Sometimes this is due to sensitivity to body and hair products. See if using hypoallergenic products and avoiding fragrances, including in soaps and detergents, too, for skin, clothes, and bedding, stops this. If not, then you need to be seen by a doc to get to the bottom of the problem. ...Read more
Tinnitus Tx: 1.Treat the underlying condition, such as removal of ear wax, change medications that might be attributing, vascular causes. 2.Noise suppression, such as white noise machines, hearing aids, masking devices. 3.Medications such as Tricyclic antidepressants or Xanax (alprazolam). 4.Life style changes, such as avoiding caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, mask the noise such as with music, stress management. 5.Vit. B , Zn ...Read more
I have been having burning sensation in my head it doesn't stay I'm the same spot my ears have had a burning sensation too and sometimes pain?
The nerves in the...: head and face are intricately wired & densely packed. The brain can get confused about where a sensation is coming from. Pain, burning, throbbing and other unpleasant sensations that recur are signs that a sensory nerve may be irritated or inflamed. Just because it's confined to your head doesn't mean it's "all in your head". Please see a doctor! ...Read more