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Noise in left ear
At work i was exposed to headset telephone for 4+ years, that gave me a continuous noise in my left ear. i diagnosed with a ent specialist, he said a nerve is become weak & nothing could be done and i've gottta live with it forever. Attaching recent Audiological Evaluation & CT Inner Ear / Temporal Bone reports.
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Hello, Ringing or buzzing noise in one or both ears can be defined as tinnitus. We have found that those who suffer from frequent cold, having nosal flesh increase, or person facing tonsils, or having dental problems, or having vertigo, half headache, or constantly surrounded by noise suffer from tinnitus in their life.
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As a prevention I will suggest you to avoid excess consumption of salt, sugar, caffeine, artificial sweeteners.
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Your sinusitis can be treated easily but it is usually over a long term. As for the mastoiditis, it is consequent to the sinusitis so will resolve on resolution of the sinusitis. I would put you on long term high dose betahistine to improve the circulation of the inner ear to salvage the hearing loss and after 6 months repeat audiometry. Ginseng+Ginko biloba are two herbs known to improve neural tone. This could also be given as a coprescription.
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