I am suffering from hissing noises in nerve connecting from my back to head for last 4 years. As per the direction of Neurologist underwent MRI scan but nothing abnormal was noticed. Treated with Triptemer drugs with no results. Problem still persists. Suggestion requested.
Would you describe the noises as being heard in the ears? There is a condition called as Tinnitus. Some people also call it "ringing in the ears". When you have tinnitus, there is a continuous noise or sound in your ears.
Are the hissing noises continuous? Do they increase or reduce on any particular actions or positions?
Lastly, I would like to mention that this could be an inner ear problem. Have you consulted an ENT surgeon in your area?
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