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Hearing Noisy in EAR
Hearing noisy sound over 3 months checked audio gram test also everything is normal but still getting some noisy sound in both ear could you any advice me?
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Please consult an ENT Specialist first who needs to clean your ears. If the sound persists, then repeat your pure tone audiogram & also get impedance audiometry done. This will reveal the cause of the tinnitus. There are rare conditions when small tumours called Acoustic Neuromas or Glomus Tumours may cause this symptom. These can be located by MRI scans.
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Hi, your symptoms are termed as tinnitus. To treat your tinnitus, your doctor will first try to identify any underlying, treatable condition that may be associated with your symptoms. Earwax removal. Removing impacted earwax can decrease tinnitus symptoms.Treating a blood vessel condition.Underlying vascular conditions may require medication, surgery or another treatment to address the problem. Consult Ent surgeon for further evaluation...
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