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HI This ringing in your ears could be tinnitus, below is a link to the UK's NHS that covers tinnitus, I would give it a good read.The Link...
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Yes....external ear canal infections (otitis externa, swimmer's ear) can be caused by ear plugs, but not "middle ear infections".
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Could be. I strongly advise you to go to your Doctor.
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Hi Hope this helps you? Now, if you happen to have a lot of cockroaches in your home, you might want to sleep with earplugs in, just to be on the...
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Because of nerve pathway, medical problems in the mouth may cause pain to be referred to the ear.
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TMJ pain? Trans Mandibular Joint lies under where your ear is.
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I can't examine your ear over the Internet, but I suspect your olive oil-based ear drops have softened/liquefied your ear wax to the point where...
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I have plenty of ideas. There are numerous causes for ear pain, but unfortunately, unless I had the ability to examine you first hand and take a...
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Hi Lay down and get somebody to pour warm olive oil in your near just a teaspoonful will do, and stay there for about 10 minutes to let it soak in...
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Unfortunately most sinus infections are viral and just have to run their course. Antibiotics just put you at risk for many other problems (take my...
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Of course......getting your ears pierced is a personal choice, and not a medical necessity. By definition, this is elective. Insurance...
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There can be several reasons. Since I can't examine your ear, or even know the underlying reason you are using the Ciprodex (there are several...
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You need to go get checked out this could be very serious
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