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What could cause ringing in the ears? It seems to be worse after eating, I have had my blood pressure checked and it seemed ok.?

Your . Your ringing in the ears may be a symptom known as "tinnitus". There is a huge list of conditions associated with tinnitus such as: - age related hearing loss - exposure to loud noise - medication side effects - ear wax impaction - head and neck injuries - blood vessel disorders - acoustic neuroma - meniere's disease - stress and depression tinnitus is very common - 1 in 5 people have it! the best way to evaluate the cause and possible treatments is to see an ear, nose and throat doctor (otolaryngologist). Tinnitus can improve with treatment of the underlying disorder, so it is worth looking into. Read more...
Forget BP. It's not your bp, it's your ears. You will need an audiometry exam and i'll bet you've got significant hearing loss. Read more...

From the symtoms listed below what could possibly be the most likely causes my girlfriend & I just found out shes pregnet but shes exspirencing a ringing in both her ears, dizzyness, sweating, allmost past out. She has a history of high blood pressure. 39

She . She needs to be examined immediately by a doctor if she is having ringing in her ears, dizziness, diaphoresis (sweating), and almost passing out and has a history of high blood pressure. She needs to be examined immediately as she is pregnant. She should not drive herself. Please have her evaluated immediately by a doctor. Read more...