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The fluctuating nature of the hearing loss appears to be symptom similar of Meniere's Disease, or (as you mentioned) ...
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The sound you are hearing may actually be tinnitus--an auditory perception not produced from an external sound. Tinni...
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The ototoxic medication is not sustained in your system. It should not continue any further damage to your hearing. B...
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Your husband should visit an ENT (Ear Nose Throat) specialist. The eardrum is a thin membrane (flap) of skin that can...
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Some medications are ototoxic- have a side effect of hearing loss and/or tinnitus. If you are experiencing this, you ...
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The difficulties you describe all point to hearing loss. You should visit an audiologist for a hearing test. If heari...
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Head trauma can cause hearing loss. Hearing loss can alter the way you hear your own voice too. You should visit an a...
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The pediatrician should check his ears for fluid build-up. Also, it's a good idea to visit an audiologist for a heari...
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You should be seen by an ENT (Ear Nose Throat specialist) right away to diagnose the cause. Prompt medical attention ...
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Itchy/tingly ears are usually not serious, but can be very annoying. Don't be tempted to scratch the ear canal or use...
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