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Hi there, have you ever tried going to the doctor? There is a possibility it is mastoiditis if it is behind the ear lobe.
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Since I do not know the medical details of your case....only what you have shared, the insertion of tubes would seem appropriate after three months...
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There are numerous causes of ear pain. Unfortunately, it would not be possible to sort them out blindly over the Internet.....no medical history, and...
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Hi OK just google natural way out of stress, would be a good start to de-stress your self, this way there's no drugs involved.But do start...
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You may be hearing the pulsation from a branch of your jugular vein. Like an artery, the jugular vein has a pulsation that you can hear at times...
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Of course. Not all antibiotics cover all bacterial stains. You could have one of the strains not covered by the antibiotic you were taking (you did...
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No...those are two, very-different disorders. There are no known medical links.
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depends on the underlying cause of the ringing. Hope this helped. 
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Hi have a read through this link below, it covers your problem.http://www.tinnitusformula.com/library/cholesterol-and-tinnitus/#.VOHum40cQ5sJust copy...
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This could be myoclonus, but there are other possibilities. If your symptoms persist, it is prudent to see an ENT specialist.
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I have no way of determining how long your tinnitus (ringing) might last. Acoustic damage to the ear from concerts can be severe, but...
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Absolutely not. This is an old, old home remedy that does not have efficacy.
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endocrinology deals with diagonosis. You were diognised, now you need to get treatment. In other words you did not know what you had.
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Without the ability to both see and feel this lump, it would be a blind guess to make a determination on what it might be. My guess.....and it is a...
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Hi male or female? and how old?IF you are a female, I would get a hormone test done, could be your menopause coming to bear.But if your a male, it...
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