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Ringing in ear
Hello Dr, From yesterday(40 hrs) after taking bath in the evening, I m feeling ringing (tinnitus) in right ear. No dizziness or any other symptoms, no wax in war or fever and cold.(Bp 120/80) Plz advice further course of action. My family Dr said it will go away at its own.
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most likely it being an OME(Otitis media with effusion)
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steam inhalation tab. diominic DCA 1 tab. twice a day
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keep anything in the mouth on the same side which increases constant swallowing to improve your eustachian tube dysfunction
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Pls visit an ent and get your hearing evaluated. If it's a problem with the nerve,treatment needs to start as early as possible. Earlier the better. We will atleast be sure of it's something minor.
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Do u have ear ache? Do valsalva maneuver and take antihistamine it may help.
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Hello, Do u hve ear pain??hw about hearing?? U can do valsalva maneuver so dat if der is any eustachian tubal obstruction it'll get relieved..
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