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How do I stop buzzing in my eats

By Anonymous October 19, 2017 - 11:43am
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Hello Anon

Thank you for writing.

You may have a condition called tinnitus. Tinnitus is the perception of abnormal ear or head noises. Tinnitus is unpleasant enough itself, and is sometimes a symptom of other problems, including hearing loss , tumors, and narrowing of the blood vessels. Noises may be high pitched and “ringing,” or sound more like a clicking. Some tinnitus is pulsatile, which means it may be caused by the flow of blood that accompanies each heart beat, and this happens in cases of narrowing of the blood vessels.

Many diseases and conditions are associated with tinnitus, including:

Hearing loss, the most frequent cause of persistent tinnitus
Exposure to loud noises
Certain medications (see below)
Wax or a foreign body in the ear canal
Ear infection
Fluid in the ear
Ruptured membrane in the ear
Meniere's disease
High or low blood pressure
Injury to the head or neck
Blood vessel disorders, such as an aneurysm or hardening of the arteries
Thyroid problems

Anon, you will need a proper diagnosis, we can only offer suggestions as to what this buzzing may be. When you have a diagnosis, you can get proper treatment.

October 19, 2017 - 2:55pm
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