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Continue to take your blood pressure on a regular basis, at different times of day and in both arms. One isolated reading that is elevated is not as...
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Hi Your tinnitus works with your heart and blood flow, so when you bend over the blood flow to you head goes up, hence it get intensified, and when...
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The short answer to your question is: No. Currently, there is no cure for tinnitus, unless it's caused by a curable underlying condition (such as...
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If your tinnitus is related to your VNG test, it should resolve in a few days to a week. As you may know, tinnitus is common in many inner ear...
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Hi Go have a look or www.earthclinic.com look under T for tinnitus your find some ideas there.Good Luck
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I'm sorry to hear this is upsetting you. It's always unsettling when something goes noticeably wrong with any of our senses.Many things can...
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Hi Start with the ringing, well that could be tinnitus, have a look on www.earthclnic.com its all natural stuff, you may find some help there.if you...
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This is an example of acoustic injury, like a gun shot or explosion. A dog bark, of course, is not usually as loud as those, but it can cause pain...
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Otitis media is a MIDDLE EAR INFECTION, usually treated with oral antibiotics, not "drops". A loud ringing could be tinnitus, often caused...
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Only TIME will provide that important answer for you. Tinnitus can be caused by MANY things, and you are only assuming it was due solely to the...
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Maybe, but that depends on the extent of acoustic damage that you have in your inner ear. The best way to find out is stop listening to loud music...
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Yes, but so can about a hundred other things, so it would be wise to seek a medical evaluation looking for other causes as well.
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Your husband's surgery may have NOTHING to do with his tinnitus or high blood pressure.....it may have just happened, as they often do was we age...
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I guess the only thing predictable about tinnitus is it's unpredictability. I have tinnitus as well....about 15 years now, and it started (most...
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Tinnitus does not cause the face to droop, but Bells Palsy can. The same virus that may have caused your tinnitus/ringing could be the same virus...
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