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Why Do My Ears Keep Ringing
I took Benadryl (diphenhydramine) 25mg on monday its now saturday&my ears keep ringing and I feel nauseous. Will taking alavert help my symptoms?
I'm very lightheaded, my ears keep ringing and my left ear sounds like there is wind going through it. What could this be? I eat regularly.
May be Inner Ear: Light-headedness, ear ringing and wind sound ("whooshing") in one ear can have a long list of causes from simple fluid around the inner ear after a head cold or fluid due to hole ear drum perf. These can resolve on their own. Or a balance organ disorder or unusual migraine aura. At the far end of the spectrum is Truly Bad Things. If not resolving in a few weeks, or worsening now, see your dr. ...Read more
Tinnitis: The nerve cells of the ear respond to sound waves to send messages to the brain. Sometimes these cells send messages to the brain without the sound wave stimulus. We are not sure why this occurs. If the cells are injured from trauma or infection or with older age this ringing sound may develop. It is very difficult to treat. Good hearing evaluation is appropriate. Few "cures" exist. ...Read more
Many causes: There can be many different causes for ringing in the ears, or tinnitus.... You should have a regular check-up with your family physician. Can be blood pressure, medication side-effects, for example- the dr may refer you to ear, nose, throat specialist; also, a dental exam may be needed, to examine for TMJ disorder.... ...Read more
Tinnitus: Many possible causes but you have provided no information about yourself such as past or recent medical history, medications, recreational drugs, trauma (blunt or sound). You need to be seen by an ENT and have an Ear exam with an audiogram along with review of medications and medical history. ...Read more
Possibly.: Tinnitis is becoming a more frequent problem among the younger age groups, for a reason like this, that they often attend loud music events, like rock concerts. Many younger people carry musical devices around and they have ear phones, and attachments so they get all the music, no matter how loud it is. Therefore, it is strongly possible to have tinnitis (ringing) a full day after a concert. ...Read more
Maybe tinnitus: Get if checked if long-standing.Get a more detailed answer ›
Avoid loud areas.: Tinnitis is becoming a more frequent problem among the younger age groups, for a reason like this, that they often attend loud music events, like rock concerts and loud bars. This can be progressive, and reach a point where it is constant. The best way to stop this is to stay away from these loud areas, and stop having to shout. If your job requires loud noise exposure, use earplugs, etc.. ...Read more
Ear ringing: This is called Tinnitis. Best to see an Ear, Nose Throat specialist (ENT) for diagnosis and treatment. There are many possibilities for the cause of your problem. ...Read more
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