Conditions with symptom: 'ringing noise'
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
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.
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?
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 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
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 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?
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?
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 :(
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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