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This normal? - January 15th 2009, 08:24 AM

Is this normal? I suffer from Chronic Migraines and had tubes in BOTH my ears when i was realy younge, had them removed like at the age of 6 or somthing, anyways thats not why iam here xD Alright, over the past i dont know how long, years, i have heard a high pitch buzzing noise in either one of my ears for anywhere from 5 seconds to 30 seconds, and aftter it goes away a sharp pain in my ear takes its place, like an ear ache, is this normal? what is this? Anyone know about this?











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Re: This normal? - January 15th 2009, 10:18 PM

I dunno WHAT that is, but I'd go see a doctor about it. It sounds like something that could be real serious. Since you're in NS, you should be able to go to your GP (if you don't have one, get one!) and s/he'll be able to get you an appointment with an ear, nose and throat doctor that'll be covered by your provincial health insurance. GET IT CHECKED OUT.
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Re: This normal? - January 15th 2009, 10:23 PM

Buzzing noises in the ears is called tinnitus. It can be the sign of more serious conditions or it can simply be a medication side effect or you hearing the blood rush through certain vains. Do you ever feel dizziness or vertigo? Are you currently taking any medications?



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Re: This normal? - January 16th 2009, 01:59 AM

I have never heard of that before..> I would definately go to an ear specialist over this.
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Re: This normal? - January 16th 2009, 02:09 AM

The type of doctor you want is called an Otolaryngologist.



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Re: This normal? - January 16th 2009, 08:29 AM

Your doctor would know more about your medical history and how what you had before can affect you now.

This might be normal for you to have because of your past medical history.
But then again it might be a sign for something else.
Its best to ask as soon as you can and be sure what it is, and hopefully not have to worry about it.
   
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Re: This normal? - January 17th 2009, 06:09 AM

Tinnitus is the medical name for a buzzing or ringing in the ears. I have this and though its annoying, I just live with it. I forget about it until someone mentions it or if its quiet. However, my ringing is constantly there, it never goes. Its often a sign for something else, so see your doctor. It could be easily fixed. Sometimes nothing can be done and you have to live with it, but there's no point you learning to live with it if something can be done simply. Go and see your doctor hun x
   
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