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Yesterday I Went To A Club And My Ears Still Ringing Will I B Deaf
Hopefully not: Clearly your years were traumatized by the noise. The tinnitus just indicates some damage but in most cases the ears will recover. The key thing for you to do is not obsess about the noise. The more you focus on it the more your brain will pay attention to it in the louder it will become. If it persists for more than a few days you should contact an ENT doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get it cleaned: If you think you got sand in your ears, go to an ENT and get ears washed, to restore hearing. ...Read more
My right ear got an ear wax buildup after I went swimming and now I can't hear very well from it. What should I do?
See below:: You may try an over the counter treatment for ear wax removal. If that does not work see an ENT doctor. You may consult this site for information on this topic and tips for home care: http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/ear-wax#1 For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
My ears keep leaking wax and i still have some wax in my ear and it smells bad. i took medicine a week ago, and my ear hurts so do i go to a hospital?
See A Doctor Now: You have not included important information such as the duration of symptoms, medication taken, doctor care already received, etc. With that said, smelly earwax and pain suggest infection. Examination is needed to determine whether this is an external ear (aka swimmer's ear) vs. middle ear infection because each is treated differently. See your doctor NOW for prompt evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Had a bad ear infection that last few days, where my hearing was muffled and I couldnt hear, now if I pull my ear out it pops and I can hear. normal?
I went to my ENT doctor and when he took out the wax from my ears he hurt me.
There was blood and i took antibiotics for it 5months later ear full?
Do I need to go to the doctor I can hear out of my ear now but with I blew my nose it got stopped up and I got dizzy and could not hear?
Eustacian tube: Forceful blowing of your nose can plug up communication with inner ear, and thus cause your symptoms. Should be reversing spontaneously, but you need to learn how to clear your nasal passages, and best to have your doctor demonstrate fully to prevent further problems as noted. ...Read more
In the canal ?: You can take rubbing alcohol and place it in a dropper bottle.Most ear canals have a 1 ml volume, so placing 1 ml of rubbing alcohol in the affected ear while you lay down on the good side, will displace the water.The alcohol evaporates readily at body temperature and has an additional drying effect on the canal tissue as it does.Some add vinegar to suppress fungal growth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I took a shower yesterday and water got in my right ear. Today my ear is very sucked up. I can't hear. And I also have a cold. How do I relieve this?
Treat the cold: drainage from the middle ear is likely impaired due to the swelling of the back of your throat. The swelling is caused by the cold you are experiencing. However, I would not advise you on an antibiotic yet- Trying an over- the- counter decongestant may help. Go to your neighborhood drug store and ask your local pharmacist- he or she can suggest to you an appropriate decongestant. ...Read more
I recently went cold place than my home town. I had severe ear ache came to know wax was reason. Ent cleared but still I am hearing noise in the ear?
My ears popped when coming down a mountain after skiing a week ago and now my hearing is still really muffled. What can I do?
I got shot in the ear with a empty bb gun. And now I have tinnitus, so I got my ear check, my hearing was good. Is there any hope losing my tinnitus?
Could be temporary: Tinnitus, or ringing sensation in the ear, is often experienced after exposure to a sudden or prolonged loud noise, such as a gunshot or even being a loud concert. When it occurs after a single exposure, it can often be temporary. If persistent, you should seek further medical care. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
4 weeks ago my ears popped after landing and since then i haven't been able to hear much and feels like my ears a cloged tryed to get appointment?
I was born deaf and when i was 3 and a half i got my hearing back but now i'm losing my hearing again 92% in right ear gone 78%in left gone help me?
Hello I Got My ear pierced yesterday today i accidently took the earring 8 managed to put it back in after and cleaning it with alcohol will i be ok?
Lately I've been sick with a light sniffles. I blew my nose and hour ago and popped my ear..I still can't hear well..Is it safe to use ear drops?
Allergies.: That sounds like allergies. Nasal congestion, runny nose, cough, headache, facial pains and earache can be triggered by fragrances, dust mites, grass, trees, pets, environmental molds and such. There are outdoor and indoor allergens. OTC nasal steroid and nasal saline are worth a try. Ear drops won't get to the root of the issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After I went swimming, the next day, I blow my nose, it sounded as if my hearing was plugged in my right ear. Now a few days later, I woke up and I couldn't hear, it was like very very muffled, still is. I had my GP look at my ears, say it's wax build up,
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