Is ringing in ears and hearing loss normal after orgasm?

Changes in pressure. If you have an underlying issue with fluid in your inner ear, behind the ear drum and the changes in the pressure in your ear during orgasm may bring to surface a congestion problem inside your ears. If you have allergies or sinus issues this is highly likely. I would recommend you have your ears examined . If there is fluid in your ear or even infection that can be seen. Ear coning may help.

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I am experiencing ringing in ears and hearing loss (side: one side only). After sleeping with my ear rested on a pillow.?

Tinnitus. The combination of recent tinnitus and hearing loss in one ear, with or without vertigo symptoms, calls for an evaluation by a neurologist or otolaryngologist as one cause is a brain tumor called acoustic neuroma. A brain ct scan or mri is usually part of the evaluation. If no neuroma is suspected or found, you will still get expert advice regarding your symptoms. Read more...

Jaw hurts from time to time. Terrible headache. A lump appears when I open my mouth wide as well as a grinding sound. Ringing in ears and hearing loss

TMJ. It sounds like 'classic' TMJ, but a severe case. I recommend an ENT visit to examine the jaw for TMJ and also your ears and hearing to see if it's all related. Might be something else, but a good head and neck exam should pinpoint the problem. Read more...

Sudden hearing loss following ringing in ears for years. What caused that?

Ask an ENT. It could be nerve damage, fluid or simply wax. An ear, nose and throat specialist can quickly get to the bottom of it and recommend treatment. Read more...
Various reasons. Sudden hearing loss- what was the reason? Loud explosion can rupture ear drum or permanently damage the hearing apparatus. This can also cause annoying ringing in the ear- tinnitus. Or you may have something called menier's disease. You need to get checked by an ent. Read more...

Is it permanent if somebody has sudden hearing loss followed by ringing in ears?

Get seen immediately. Sudden hearing loss is an ominous sign. I would call an ENT (ear nose and throat specialist) immediately for advise or get your pcp to make an urgent referral. Read more...
Seek treatment soon. Sudden sensorineural hearing loss is a medical emergency that is best evaluated by an ENT physician, and which may respond to treatment. Other types of hearing loss and ringing, such as fluid or wax in the ear, are less urgent but almost always correctable. For more information, see the ENT academy guidelines at http://www.Entnet.Org/community/shlguideline.Cfm. Read more...

I had mastoidectomy. 12 weeks ago. Discomfort. Fullness in ear. Some hearing loss, tinnitus, high pitch constant, adding 2 fatigue, normal? Can b fix?

Yes. Most often after a mastoidectomy, dissolvable packing materials are place in the ear and need to be cleaned out by your ENT surgeon. You should have had at least 3 visits by now, if not than call to make an appointment for an exam. This can cause ringing and hearing problems. Read more...