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Will My Ears Stop Ringing
Possible: Although not common, tramadol has been associated with tinnitus which is ringing the ear. The incidence is less than 1% per report but there is no report whether tinnitus is irreversible. You can give it a try by stopping tramadol, the symptoms should subside in a week. If symptom persists, it might indicate other cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Noisy clubs: Might be advisable to wear ear plugs that allow you to hear normal conversation but block high-decibel sounds. Check sporting goods stores or gun supply shops. Try to stand/sit as far from loudspeakers as possible. Limit amount of exposure to loud noise to short periods. Protect your hearing. If ringing persists, see fp/audiologist/ent for evaluation. ...Read more
Diagnosis: Tinnitus or "ringing in the ear" in most cases can not be cured. However, there are a number of causes that can be controlled. Noise exposure is probably the most common cause. But various types of middle ear and inner ear diseases, if controlled, may relieve the tinnitus. Incidentally, the most likely accepted origin of the sound is arising from the temporal lobe of the brain. ...Read more
How can I get my ears to stop ringing? My mom is 65 and says her ears have been ringing for a year.
Patience: Usually, it gets better on its own. However, even if it never does, you will find that it bothers you less with time. ...Read more
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
Why have my ears been ringing non stop for over a week? I always wear foam earplugs at night. Could earplugs be damaging my ear?
See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Get evaluated: Tinnitus is tough . There can be a variety of causes . Please see an ENT specialist to get a full work up -- exam of ear drums, audiology testing. Depending on these findings, there may or may not be a solution . Often times there is not but you will need to rule out more ominous reasons for the ringing... Good luck ...Read more
Ringing in Ears: There is currently no treatment to stop ringing in ears. The ringing can be alleviated if your hearing test reveals hearing loss pattern that can be help with hearing aids. If you have not done so already, see your local ear nose and throat specialist for examination and hearing tests. ...Read more
See ENT: there are many potential reasons to consider with ear ringing or tinnitus (hearing loss, cardiovascular, medication, infectious, middle ear process, inner ear process, neoplasticism, etc) so I would recommend a thorough exam and hearing test with an ENT. In many cases the reason is quite benign but an ENT may help with treatment or coping methods. ...Read more
You probably can't: Unless your ringing is due to certain medications or recent noise exposure, the odds are you will continue to have ringing, a very annoying and often long-lasting symptom which is caused by a large variety of things. ...Read more
Maybe not: Ringing in the ear is known as tinnitus. It is most often associated with hearing loss. You should be evaluated with an audiogram and ENT examination. Tinnitus can be eliminated if it caused by a medication or a treatable problem of the middle ear or temporomandibular joint. If hearing loss is confirmed, then masking techniques are most effective at "hiding" the tinnitus so it is not intrusive. ...Read more
Teeth clenching??: One of the reasons for tinnitus - ringing in the ears - is teeth clenching. Trigeminal nerve that controls jaw closing muscles also has a branch that controls tensor tympani muscle that controls ear drum tension. Hence the connection. Have an evaluation by a dentists with expertise in treating temporo mandibular dysfunction (tmd) to check this. ...Read more
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