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head vibration sensation

Could  inner ear infection cause this problem ? I first felt this virbtaion in my head after treatment of the infection and vertigo . now after 4 weeks I still feel  the same  . has anyone experienced this ?

This discussion is related to Head vibrations/electrical sensations through brain and body (esp. spine), leg and body numbness..HELP!.
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Welcome to the MedHelp forum!
What you have is tinnitus or abnormal sound in ear. There are many medical causes for tinnitus. Besides loud noises, other causes include severe head trauma, sinus and respiratory infections, ear infections, wax build-up, high blood cholesterol, food allergies, certain types of tumors and a long list of other conditions.
Other possible causes of tinnitus have their origin in either your ear (Ménière's disease, otosclerosis, middle ear infections,   wax in your ear canal and TMJ), or auditory nerve (which carries signals from your inner ear to your brain like acoustic neuroma), and side-effects of medicines (aspirin, quinine, some antibiotics etc). Tinnitus can also be stress related.
Discuss with ENT specialist.Take care!
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I forgot to say .. I had an mri for the brain for the first time
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