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Vibration in ear
Since last week, I am having vibration corresponding to external sound like closing a door or something in my left ear. 1. Only happens in closed room (I haven't noticed outside my own room) 2. Doesn't happen if I play loud music, only with certain sudden sound and position. 3. No pain 4. Even does not happen in trian or anywhere. Just in one room.
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Tab Alprax 0.25mg at bedtime for 7 days Tablet Ginkoba M twice a day for 2 weeks Get back if no improvement
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It's tinnitus. please get done Pure tone audiometry. Tablet Tinnicar two times a day for 7 days.
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It’s tinnitus. Consult ENT and get audiometric evaluation done.
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It's called tinnitus.. avoid using headphones and loud sound.. Get an Audiometry test.
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It is tinnitus kindly take consultation for the same
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It may be, tinnitus. Audiometry test you can take
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