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Due to crackers voice of vibration
In my mother's ears after burning crackers a very irritating sound of vibration like radio is coming ..please suggest something . It's already one day .
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Tablet Tinnicar two times a day for 5 days If there is hearing loss also get done pure tone audiometry
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Go for pure tone audiometry immediately so dat hearing loss can be detected If it is sudden sensirioneural hearing loss It is recoverable sometime Upto some extend
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This is tinnitus which can occur on exposure to sudden loud sound it can cause noise induced hearing loss or tympanic membrane rupture Try steam inhalation for now
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Get your mother's ear examination done Investigation - PTA
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To rule out the cause
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Tab. Rebagen otic 1 tab TDS
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It is tinnitus. Do pure tone audio metry as early as possible.
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show me the report online consultation.
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This could be noise trauma or may be rupture drum.
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show to your ENT surgeon.
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Don't put any ear drops or oil
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This is tinnitus, it may be due to loud sound
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consult online
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