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Ear Fullness Pain Rining

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  • Posted By: darrinandpamthompson
  • March 7, 2007
  • 07:41 PM

HI I HAVE EAR PREASURE-FULLNESS- RINGING. BEEN TO ENT HAVE NO SINUS OR EAR INFECTION. DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO KNOW HELP ANYONE THANKS PAM :p

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  • Try another E.N.&T doc and have him examine ear drum with a microscope.I was looked at by 2 GP's and another E.N.&T before getting relief with an ear tube and antibiotic drops.My ears "looked" fine with the otoscope and the eustation tube function test,but had a middle ear cavity filled with mucous due to inner ear infectiongood luck
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  • THANKS ILL DO THAT I DIDNT LIKE HIM ANYWAY:o
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  • Hi. Person that was cured.......did your tinnitus go away altogether???? I have been told that I have a small amt. of fluid in my ears and was given nasal spray. THE RINGING IS DRIVING ME CRAZY.
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  • And to follow up .. here is a resource for finding a doctor (important)http://www.castleconnolly.com/and something I found on another thread that may help:http://www.earpopper.com
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  • This is exactly what I have happening in my ears. The doctor I went to, told me my ears were fine. But now I have a sore bump on the inside of the canal in my right ear. and that ear is driving me crazy. It's been happening off and on for over a year but when I went to the doctor a few months ago, the doctor only cared about my blood pressure. Which I'm pretty sure was only because I was seeing a doctor for the first time since I was nine.Sometimes it's not even the pain that bothers me, but if feels like I have a worm in my ear!
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  • I have had ringing in my right ear since lasts Wednesday evening. Went to my Primary Care Physician who saw nothing wrong in my right ear. Went to the ENT who had an audiologist perform a number of tests and concluded that the ear looked fine but I had lost hearing in the higher frequency. I almost feel like the ringing prevents me from hearing the higher frequencies and that if it weren't there I would hear those frequencies fine. Maybe I'm fooling myself. Hopefully will be able to have an MRI to rule out other causes. But my hope lies with the person who had the inner ear cavity filled with fluid (that went undetected at first). I pray that's the cause as the high pitch ringing is driving me crazy!!!
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  • Go get your blood pressure checked. I had an ear infection and did the antibiotics - the whole thing. The ENT could not help me with the constant ringing in my ears - it was driving me nuts - itwas intense. I had been on BP medicine and had stopped because I thought I had it under control. Wrong. When I saw my MD - he put me back o nit - the ringing stopped. hesaid it is a common sign of high BP.
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  • look up how ascorbic acid is involved in tissue building and bone metabolism...make sure you have correct nutrition...make sure the climate where you live does not have violent pressure changes...make sure you are not exposed to dust and/or other irritants and allergens...make sure your bone health is good...good luck, and find a new address, if possible - you could be affected by environmental conditions you've never even thought of!
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  • I also have ear fullness and terrible ringing. I have had ringing in my ears for 17 years and just lately got the fullness, I stopped all dairy and that has helped the fullness but not the ringing. I have just started with the T-Gone remedies.has anyone tried them and had success?Nanc
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    • September 17, 2007
    • 05:06 PM
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  • I have had the same problem and all that is said is that the ear looks fine by the Specialist and the intern who sees me before says he sees inflammation in the right ear that is ringing??? But the specialist who comes in after whom he works under says the ear is fine.Not for me !!!I cannot sleep............... I saw the audiologist who said the ear drums were not moving like they should be and that I had a very high senstivity to all sounds. She suggested neck x rays which I had the same day, I am awaiting a call from the ENT specialist but don't expect much. How is the ear drum examined via a microscope??? is it done with a person laying on a gurney and the instrument over the ear?? And last of all how is a eustachian tube test done??? I have not heard of any of these.I hope that someone can respond, thankyou for your time.
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    • November 20, 2007
    • 04:09 AM
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  • i have the same thing to a t i was told there is nothing that can be done or that be used to treat this ringing.I have had ringing in my right ear since lasts Wednesday evening. Went to my Primary Care Physician who saw nothing wrong in my right ear. Went to the ENT who had an audiologist perform a number of tests and concluded that the ear looked fine but I had lost hearing in the higher frequency. I almost feel like the ringing prevents me from hearing the higher frequencies and that if it weren't there I would hear those frequencies fine. Maybe I'm fooling myself. Hopefully will be able to have an MRI to rule out other causes. But my hope lies with the person who had the inner ear cavity filled with fluid (that went undetected at first). I pray that's the cause as the high pitch ringing is driving me crazy!!!
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    • January 26, 2008
    • 09:04 PM
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  • HelloThe EARDOC is the only efficient non invasive device that reduces the ear pain. Many air travelers and divers suffer from the ear pain and about 80% of children up to age 4 suffer from Ear ache caused by the accumulation of liquids and air in the middle ear.Eardoc is the only noninvasive proven device to treat the problem and not the symptom. The market is 3 billion dollars annually in the US alone. With more than 40 million doctor visits a year for this problem the Eardoc is the best cost efficient solution today.
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    • February 14, 2008
    • 01:34 PM
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