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    Sufferers of tinnitus can hear noise within their ear or head that is not coming from an outside source. Read more →

    My left ear is weeping and itching also smells have been to the doctor and was given a spray it cleared up but has come back again . It's not sore but I've got a ringing noise in my ear





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    I have had a problem with my left ear for some time. It has been blocked on and off for over a month - I visited my doctor at the start who said there was no need for ear syringing at the time. A week ago, ringing started in the ear which has not subsided. I have since got my ear syringed (it was full of wax apparently) but again, the ringing has not calmed down. Is there any other reason for this ringing - and any way to deal with it? I'm finding it so hard to sleep and my concentration levels are suffering as a result.





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    i have had ringing in the ears since around 2005 or 2006 or so and i did eardrops years back and nothing change still got ringing in ears for all these years i like if i could get rid of this problem forever what should i do?





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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?





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    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





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    I am 24 years old nd have suffered two perforations in each eardrum over a span of ten years and countless infections ,my last perforation and infection in both ears being two weeks ago resulting in loss of hearing and now the ringing in my ears is so loud that I feel I am shoutin over it and am unable to sleep ,will this go away? Thanks from haylie I need answers as my doc isn't helpful and am a single mum of one and hearin isn't good along with high pitch ringing





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    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??





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    I recently developed a problem with my right ear only. The problem began Thurs 6th Sept and has continued as a I write this message (Thurs 13th Sept pm). I made an appointment with my local GP on Mon 10th Sept as the problem persisted over the weekend and it was concerning me. There is no pain associated with the ear, no fluid/pus leaking, no build up of ear-wax, I do not have a temperature. Generally I feel OK (occasionally sneeze, but wouldn't say I have a cold). I have persistent "ringing" sound in the ear. Over the weekend, I thought it was temporary, come and goes. But now it is constantly there, day and night! Only in my right ear. I would say my hearing in the right ear is impaired and feels blocked/congested (yet I don't have a cold). I find I have to position myself to listen to others talk from my left ear, because the right ear I cant hear properly. My GP inspected my inner ear, said it was clear (no wax) slightly red in appearance which my suggest an infection (yet I have no pain). My GP checked my glands in my neck, told me my right side was slightly larger than my left. My GP thinks it may be a viral infection and suggested I drink plenty water and if I get a temperature to take paracetamol. My GP also printed an information leaflet from patient.co.uk about Tinnitus which I have read. I do not know what has caused this, I have not been to any loud concerts or near any significant noise recently. I have been feeling stressed recently due to starting a new job and re-locating 250 miles from home. I begin next week. My past medical history, I do tend to get ear infections during times of stress e.g exam time, but I have never had ringing in the ear (OK I have experienced it after a night out clubbing and it's gone come morning, but never as continuous as a week and without a "noisy" cause). I'm 25 years old, professional female. It is concerning me, and I am worried about what if this persists? Is there any advice you can give me, or any medical intervention available to help? Should I seek further medical attention, see a specialist or find out about where I can hearing test?





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    everytime im around a group of people.. whether i know them or not.. i get the feeling where my stomuch is going to make a noise and i will have to use the bathroom. im not sure if it's me being nervous or what? its really embarrassing because i always have to ask to use the bathroom everyday. im so sick of being worried about my stomuch making a weird noise or me even having gas around people in a classroom. when everything is silent thats when i really start to panic. this is controlling my life id say.... i never liked going to school for that reason. im starting a class tomorrow and im beyond nervous for this reason. its got to the point where i want to cry and not going out anywhere. would it be ibs?





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    I know exactly how you feel!! I'm 17 and have been diagnosed with ibs for a couple of years now. I hated sitting near people in case my stomach made noises, assemblies were the worst because they were so quiet, going round friends houses or any event I would worry weeks before in case my stomach made that horrible windy rumbling noise. the more I worried the worse it got. I made myslef become ill and became so depressed and withdrawn from situations purely because I felt so embarrassed about it. I am now becoming a lot better since starting college, I use mebervarine tablets when my ibs flares up and always have a peppermint tea every morning. And I always have to use the toilet like 2-3 times in the morning, I just felt so alone and like I was the only one suffering from this. I also find it worsens during that time of the month :(

    hi im 17 and have a problem with wind..it seems to get trapped in my stomach and when i try to let it out it seems to come back up into my stomach and make a farting type noise.i find it mainly comes after i eat but it stays for the whole day.i am currently studying for exams and its really embarassing when im in an exam centre as i have to try so hard to hold it in eventhough i hold it in my stomach makes a noise like im farting.thankfully if i do fart it doestn smell bad but its gotten really bad im just fed up it has affected my studys...is it the way im eating my food as i usually eat my food quiet fast or is it something else...please help i really need to sort this out before my exams :(





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    I have exactly the same problem, can really sympathise with you. I am 30 and it has only come on me recently that i have noticed. I have even been to the doctor about it, to no avail. It is extreamly embarassing, having to go on courses and in quiet rooms amoungst people. It is uncontrolable, and unbearable. Sometimes has happens when i havent even eaten. I would really like to find an answer to this. It is causing a great deal of stress

    I totally agree with you both i am in the exact same position it's is awful I thought I was the only one, I have tried appsolutly everything, I thought it may have been because I was constipated I have changed my diet taken laxatives, stopped taking nutrient tablets from holland and barrets which the doctor advised and it it still happening, I have taken days of college and been late nemouros times as I was afraid and embarrassed of this happening really hope someone will give us some good advice And a way of coping and making this go away 😞 really fed up now!

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    I seriously thought every body heard these ringing loud pitched noises.. It may sound daft but I've always had them and there not constant just when it's silent and some times I'll have a little burst and i will hear a high pitched noise for about 10 mins.. and I always have a ringing noise when I come out of a club.. Maybe I should see a doctor,, but I really did think this happens to everyone :-S..





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    I've had tinnitus for a few years, mine is because I have an underactive thyroid, I'm also a musician (guitarist) in a rock band. I always use earplugs in loud environments. I feel like my tinnitus is getting worse - my ears are so sensitive to noise, the ringing gets louder with stress. I used to go to gigs without earplugs before I had tinnitus and came home and my ears were ringing deafeningly loud. I've seen a doctor, I know that there's no cure but I need some more techniques (I mask the noise at night with White noise from an untuned radio station). I don't want tinnitus to prevent me from pursuing a career in music (I try not to let it get in the way)





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    I've had a very high pitched ringing noise for quite a few years now, and I'm only 17! It doesn't really bother me during the day as I can forget about it easily but when it gets towards the evening, it becomes more prominent. I play a lot of live music and go to a lot of gigs but I'd definatley recommend getting some ear plugs. Got some MusicPro's from Amazon for £20 and they are amazing, definately helped to keep the ringing down!





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    Randomly i will be sat and hear a ringing noise that nobody else can hear. Im 15 and listen to my headphones pretty loud, i get told to turn them down by teachers and my parents. Is the noise a result of damage?





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    I'm 37 and was diagnosed with tinnitus about 7 years ago. I had a hearing test at my hospital which was fine and then spoke to a specialist who explained what tinnitus was and that there was no cure, it may come and go itself and different ways to try and cope with it. To start with it was really upsetting and frustrating especially when trying to get to sleep at night, it nearly drove me mad for the first 3 years. Now although it is always there and never goes, I have learnt to live with it and seem to be able to ignore it/blank it out, basically just get on with things. My hearing is very sensitive to loud and high pitched noise, the tinnitus is worse after a loud noise like a smoke alarm or if someone is clapping near my ear. My husband asked me the other day if I could hear a faint ringing noise of someone's house alarm going off? My reply "honey, its me your talking to, I hear ringing all the time!". You will learn to cope with it, your doctor can refer you to your local tinnitus clinic and you can always look on this website www.tinnitus.org.uk

    i suffer with titinus myself and have seen numerous thearpy doctors about it,but as you know the is no cure for titinus.but there is one thing that helps during the day if you hear the noise try focusing on a different noise which blocks out the titins ringing noise and at night you can listern to a gagdet that plays different sounds like rain,waves,birds etc which you can purchase but i got mine give me from my hospitial as i was refered to audiology so mention this to your doctor.hope this helps!!!

    im 16 and i have heard this ringing that is like one of those plug in mice deterrors. is is occasionally quite annoying and afterr watching EB i realise that it is possibly tinnitus. i have heard this noise for about 8 years that i can atleast remember i always thought that it was normal though is there anything i can do that will reduce the noise?? x





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    hi im polly ive got a ringing in my ears and sometimes during the day i have this long whistle sound.i use to go night clubbing alot and one night i was in the club and my ears just went bang!sinse then ive had this bad ringing noise in my ears it gets me down sometimes, i avoid loud places as this has a bad effect on me when i came home and try to sleep.





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    I suffered from a blow to the head in an accident 2 years ago, I was diagnosed with concussion. I thoufht I was getting better then after a few months the ringing in my ears started followed by severe dizziness to the point of sickness and stumbling/acting drunk. The worst and most annoying and upsetting part is that as well as the ringing I hqve a weird clicking noise in my right ear which doeant go away, its really loud like bubble wrap popping in my ear and other people can hear it so unlike the tinnitus its not just in my head and isnt helped by the tinnitus masker hearing aid which helps the ringing. This is driving me crazy, im missing parts of conversations and just plain fed up as specialists dont seem to be able to give me any answers. Has anyone else ever heard of anything like this?





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    To me it sounds like vertigo. Something to do with your sinuses being blocked. I got vertigo after a bad head cold one time, felt sea sick and had 'glugging' in my ears. At the time I was given tablets by my GP and it cleared the vertigo up quickly. I still get glugging when I reach down for things on the ground but I've learned to live with it. I do know someone who had stents put in for glue ear when he was an adult. Just wondering if you have something similar going on?

    Hi, thanks for replying, I've since been diagnosed with a vestibular disruption and possibly some type of tonic tensor phenomenon, I'm due to have surgery to put botox in my ear on the stapedius muscle to see if that stops the clicking, I know this glugging noise you mean but its not that, I do get that sometimes, its like someone popping bubble wrap in my ear and other people can also hear it, drives me mad so hopefully the surgery will help.

    I'm 15 as well and I found that just turning your iPod down a few levels will help. When you do get the ringing noise try distract yourself as it will help it pass quicker

    I Have suuferd with ringing in my left ear for about 20 yrs ( 60 this yr) it is very annoying to come to terms with it, you have to learn how to relax totaly, going to the loo before bedtime, no drinks after say 6.30 -7. go to bed at the same time ( no anti hisstamins or nerophen) i can take solphodine solubles if i get 3 or 4 sleep thru nights a week im doing well, I cannot wear PJ's as they irratate my body and this can wake me prematurely its often very difficult to go back to sleep ! somtimes i listen to a mp3 player with a book on it thats boring anything to dirvert my attention from the ringing, is there a difinative list of that causes this or make it worce? the local doctors are no use, somone must be able to help us to take the noise away

    Hi i have been hearing a ringing noise in both ears for about 3 months. I can still hear fine its just really annoying it gets worse at night when watching t.v or trying to sleep. can you help?





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    Hi every one, I have had loud ringing in my ears, dizziness and nausia. The doctor diagnosed me with Labyrinthitus, which I think is an inner ear infection. I was put on medication for the dizziness and some anti sickness tablets. All worked brilliantly but I am stuck with the ringing, which I have had for 6 months now. The ENT doctor said there is nothing any one can do to make it go. To make things easier I try not to be in a dead quiet environment because it makes it worse. When I go to bed, I switch on my noise machine which plays various sounds. I leave this on all night. I try not to get too stressed as this will make it worse. Positive thinking!





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    i hear a ringing noise, ive had it for almost as long as i remember, im only a young adult nd i wouldnt consider myself to have abused my ears with music although i used to listen to my i-pod a lot on full volume, but it was no where near loud enuf surely to bring this on, i cant think wot caused it for me, i also hear like a pumping in my ears when tryin to sleep, not realy relative to my heartbeat although similiar, the other thing i find is when theres a lot of noises for my ears to filter i.e a party it causes me a short term head ache/whining noise over the top of it all which is very distracting

    I have the same problem - I really never listen to music very loud, but when I am trying to get to sleep I can just hear a long ringing noise and it has stopped me sleeping for hours a night - Is there anything I can do to help?

    "I'm 14 I've had this ringing noise ever since i can remember, but considered it normal until I saw this video. It gets louder sometimes, but its always there. Is it tinnitus? I also have a problem with dizzyness when i stand up, every time without fail, and sometimes i lose my vision and hearing. Is this all connected?" ^^ Omg i have the same thing at night when its all quiet i can hear it constantly,i thought it was normal too till i saw this video. I have problems with dizzyness, when i stand up from laying down or sitting, i loose myh vision like a its blurry and my noise in my ear really goes loud





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    I have tinnitus which for me is a permenant ringing in my ears. Whilst there is no treatment as such I was refered to a tinnitus specialist at a hospital who has helped me copw with the condition. I now have a device which helps me sleep at night & a type of hearing aide which reduces the ringing during the day (and don't worry, it is hardly visable. People don't even notice if I am wearing it or not). I also have a psychological therapy which teaches you to ignore the noise & how to deal with it. It takes a while, 12-24 months but just knowing something can be done & understanding why it happens helps me. I really recommend going to your doctor & gettig sent to a specialisy. It really can help you deal with what is a very irritating & limiting condition. Hope this helps!





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    I'm 14 I've had this ringing noise ever since i can remember, but considered it normal until I saw this video. It gets louder sometimes, but its always there. Is it tinnitus? I also have a problem with dizzyness when i stand up, every time without fail, and sometimes i lose my vision and hearing. Is this all connected?





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    Is it possible for the ringing to only occur occasionally? Sometimes I find that it comes on like a very high frequency noise which then gradually fades. Is this mild Tinnitus or just the occasional frequency encounter? Thanks





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    I bought a pillow speaker put some tinnitus pink noise sound on from utube. It really takes your mind off of the ringing at night.takes some getting used to but it helps.

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