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Hi This part below is from WebMD Ears. If your pooch is shaking his head, tilting it to the side, or scratching incessantly at an ear, this...
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Hi The ringing of bells in your ear could be tinnitus, best see your doctor for tests.Good Luck
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The best way to clear mucous from your nose is to first, liquefy (use saline nasal spray), and then gently blow your nose --- one side at a time, by...
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You may have scratched the sensitive skin lining of the ear canal by using that bobby pin (Please, don't ever do this again!). Now, you may have...
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Based on what you have shared, it is clear that you need to see a medical provider so that you can be properly examined, diagnosed, and treated.
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There is no relationship to your eye problem and your ear....no anatomical connection.  Bleeding after an earache is often a spontaneous rupture...
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That sounds like a case of true love. He is sweeping you off your feet. Tingling and butterflies are normal. I am so happy for you that you have such...
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You may want to start investing in hearing aides. 
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There are over 200 known viruses that cause a cold and those cold symptoms, and each person reacts differently. You can have more than one of...
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Hi Try this, its good old olive oil, you put this in 3 times a day warm, ok with a cup of hot water with a tea spoon in and your olive oil, get some...
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Hi Have you thought of going to the ER with her, perhaps if she really has a brain problem, they can put on an MRI, and see if there is a problem...
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A cause of a bloody ear discharge cannot be determined without a hands-on medical examination. It is very important for you to see your medical...
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Safely managing your ear wax is very important when you use in-the-ear hearing aids. You only need to use Debrox if your wax is hard or flakey. If...
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I'm not an expert but advise you to see your doctor.  the crackling could be fluid in ear canal and the pain sounds like swelling.  You...
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Hi I did something like that, burst my ear drum, doctor said I did a good job, but if you cant nothing you should be OK your ear drum should be OK...
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