About a year ago I was just siting on my bed, no sound, and then my right ear just started ringing very loud at a constant pitch and hasn't stopped at all or changed in the slightest. After that started I started getting stabbing pains in the inside of my ear, a feeling of fullness in the ear as if clogged by something, and pain if I touch the inside of the ear. So I went to a ear specialist and he took a very brief look at it, about 5 seconds with the light, said there was nothing wrong and sent my on my way. Since then Ive tried to learn more about it. It seems like the inside of my ear has swollen almost shut, and the pain and ringing has gotten worse by the month. Ive also noticed the produces no earwax also, very unlike my left ear so I thought maybe it was clogged with wax. Recently I went back to the ear specialist. He looked at my ear again very briefly, told me that my ear was indeed swollen, he then sent me to get my hearing checked, he then tells me my hearing in my right ear has gotten worse... then we go back to his office and he tells me he thinks nothing is wrong?? After that I go to my general doctor and he tells me something is indeed wrong with my ear, but he does not specialize in the matter and can not shed much light on the situation but gives me drugs to help me sleep with the ringing. So now here I am ear as bad as ever, and I cant afford to keep seeing people about it. If anyone has any suggestions Id love to hear..Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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