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Hearing Loss

Also called: Deafness

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Severe pain of the ear usually occurs due to swelling and pressure caused to a CSF leak, or blood stained fluid or in severe cases, profuse bleeding...
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Hi Here's a link from the Uk's NHS you should find it very interesting over your problem, sorry did not read through it all, but will be a...
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Hi Her numbers are good, and keep as far away from statins as she can get, she sounds really healthy, statins could reverse that.If your not up on...
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The causes of hearing loss are numerous and not treatments, medical or home remedies, will work. There is really nothing wrong with you trying honey...
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Hi Just try some warm olive oil twice daily till it moves, the olive oil will help soften it and should with luck dissolve it, your know when its...
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No...those are two, very-different disorders. There are no known medical links.
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Hi This seems to be the only info I can find, there is a longer version on site at www.aappublications.org Sudden, permanent hearing loss developed...
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No. Sometimes, a person with tinnitus has super-hearing. FYI - I have tinnitus, too.
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Hi When you travel we need to be fit as we can, you really need to wait till its gone or you will just suffer and could do damage, which you...
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not that i know of there is not but they do make everything else why not that
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Hi Just google this, afrin and hearing loss your find loads to read most are horror story's.Sorry.Good Luck
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Your ear buds may be irritating your ears. It sounds like they are too big for your ears. I had this problem growing up from my hearing aids. The...
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They would most likely be unrelated. Sensorineural hearing loss involves the INNER ear and brain. A perforated eardrum involves the MIDDLE EAR...an...
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Yes, it is not uncommon to have an allergic reaction to the medications used for swimmer's ear. The Neosporin part is usually the culprit. Please...
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you could have Eustachian tube dysfunction. try blowing your nose a couple of times a day or use a saline nasal rinse.
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