Conditions with symptom: 'noise in ears'
I'm not too sure if I have tinitus and exactly for how long? The noise in my ears is like a buzzing noise not too loud and I'm not aware of it during the day, but at night when I go to sleep, I become aware of it, is it going to get worse with time and because i'm not sure since when i've had it could it be just temporary and how to deal with it if it's here to stay or get worse??
I get a riniging noise in my one ear and then when that goes it sounds like im under water with both ears is this tinnitus?
this sounds very much like tinnitus .sounds i get are running water,heartbeat,& many other strange annoying sounds.
I'm prone to ear infections (it seems my right ear takes more damage) and have the volume up on my ipod all the time. My parents have been warning me about tinnitus since I was complaining of hearing things in my ears a few months ago. My ears are very sensitive to loud noises and I've been getting a lot of headaches and earaches recently. I'm hearing things in my right ear, but the noise is rather quiet, yet it still causes me some discomfort. Is this tinnitus?
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Sometimes wen i am watchin tv or walkin throught town i shall hear this noise like a moquetoe device but wen i look to c if tjer is one ther i carnt. they if i ask my dad or friends if they can hear a noise they think im goin crazy. is this tinnetus?
the problem is the bone in the middle of my noise, as i cant breath through my rightside of my noise, as i've had this problem 4 as long as can remember
I am 17 and i have been having a few problems with my ears i have been gettin bad neck ache, headaches, dizziness, nausea, upset stomach, breathing difficulties and aching muscles in my arms and legs, tiredness and sore ears and it feels like liquid is coming out of my ears but i do not have a fever i do not know what is causing this. Is this an ear infection or is it something worse? xx
Hi There I have been a Meniers sufferer for about 8 years. This has left me with reduced hearing, for which I have hearing aids. I also suffer from Tinnitus and hyperacusis. The tinnitus manifests as a constant high pitch scream in both ears (about top C) that sounds like the screech when a child is first learning the violin. I have seen hearing therapists in two regions and the message is the same "it is something you just have to live with". I have tried noise generators, relaxation therapy and acupuncture but nothing helps. Is there no real help out there ? John
can u help plz for a number of years my son has had bad ears he has alot of runny wax n it smells he can clean his ears n then half hour later he has to do it again
hi i have eczema in both ears which is really itchy and my ears get so inflamed that the tubes swell and i'm almost deaf my doctor just gives me cream which does not work it keeps me awake at night and drives me mad during the day.
I have the same problem as you. The key is not to get the insides of your ears wet it is hard but I have had no pain for a lond time because of it. When you have been swimming or washed your hair if you just dry your ears with a hairdryer. The other thing that has helped me is I am homeaoathic treatment and after that I have had no pain or flare ups so I hope you find this usefull and that you are not alone it is very painfull
I am seventeen years old, I have had constant and recurrent ear infections in both ears for the last eleven years. My ears become blocked with thick sticky fluid which varies in colour from clear to dark brown - it oozes out overnight and often smells quite pungent. I loose hearing in both ears and they are painful to touch. I prevent all water from entering my ears by wearing silicone earplugs. The hearing loss is beginning to affect my ability to concentrate in college and I recently had to do a music exam with both ears completely blocked. The pain and oozing prevent me from sleeping (on bad days I take up to 2500mg of painkillers per day). When there is not pain there is constant itching. Recently I have started to hear a faint but constant whistling. I have had every drop, spray, and cream available (I have even been prescribed nasal cream to put in my ears). After having my ears syringed for the sixth time, I was referred to an ENT specialist who performed numerous 'Micro-Suck' treatments, but nothing can clear the infection for more that around eight days. I know that the infection is in the outer ear, but I'm not sure if there is anything in the inner ear, although a while ago it felt like my Eustachian tube was blocked. Is there anything else that I can do to either get rid of the ear infections all together, or reduce the impact that it has on my hearing?
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