Question – I have been suffering from a rumbling noise in my ears since – 2R

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Question – I have been suffering from a rumbling noise in my ears since – 2R. Find the answer to this and other Medical questions on JustAnswer. After that day when I got home, hear vibrational sounds in my right ear. Hi everyone For many years I have been suffering with tinnitus. Hi I’m a young mum living in Derby suffering from tinnitus had it about 2 year now, still struggling with it daily. Forums Terms & Conditions Help & Frequently Asked Questions. I have had tinnitus in my left ear since I was 18 – I am now 59. I have suffered with noises in my ears and can hear my pulse in my head all the time when I have bad bouts. To answer Kimme’s question,I have suffered with tinnitus for over 2 years now in both ears following a car accident,I recently flew to New york and back (3/3/06) and it did not affect the tinnitus one way or another.

Question - I have been suffering from a rumbling noise in my ears since - 2R 2Chronic tinnitus affects millions of Americans, and is the most widely reported disability among veterans. It’s a message he wants others suffering from the condition to know. 2 million have it to a degree so severe that it’s debilitating, according to the American Tinnitus Association. It’s not unlike the phantom pain one gets after losing a limb. Sufferers of tinnitus can hear noise within their ear or head that is not coming from an outside source. The EB doctors have been looking at your comments and have answered some of the common questions below. I’ve had Tinnitus for 2 whole weeks 3 weeks ago. Hello ive been suffering with tinnitus since 2011 and it does stress me out and i kinda dont tell people when it does. Question: I’ve begun hearing an annoying buzzing or ringing sound in my ears. About 2 million of these have tinnitus so bad that they cannot function normally. You may find that tinnitus occurs immediately after you have been exposed to a loud noise.

After reading this, I was happy to hear it could be a muscle spasm but was already taking Flexeril for a bad back. Tinnitus ( TIN-it-tuss ) means hearing noises which have no external source. These have also been called somato-sounds, and are just noises made by the normal working of the body. Ringing in the ears that comes on after attending a loud rock concert is likely to be due to noise damage. I have two types of tinnitus, one is a high-pitched sound to which I think I am more or less habituating, because it doesn t bother me now as much as it used to do, but I also have a low-pitched vibrating type of sound, which comes and goes (sometimes I don t hear it for weeks and then it comes back really loud for no reason – which makes it impossible for me to habituate it). I have some questions tho: sometimes I sleep with my girlfriend, do you think the noise from the pillow would bother her? I mean, will she be able to hear it as well? Or on the other hand, will it be loud enough to mask the tinnitus, whether I sleep sideways or on my back? I’m quite curious about this. I have been suffering with tinnitus for over 2 years now, due to over exposure to noise from a gig.

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Question asked by Alex from Bulgaria Two weeks ago I began having a really disturbing sound in my ears. Two weeks ago I began having a really disturbing sound in my ears. Soundoff (118 Responses) Michael I’m 16 and I’ve had a ringing in my left ear for about a week, I have to study i have 2 AP classes and drivers ed this is driving me insane it gets louder and more steady every day I havent slept in 3 days!!! is there any chance at all of this going away or do I have to deal with it until i do something???. I have been experiencing symptoms like the ones described above. I suffer from PTSD. Learn about pulsatile tinnitus and the causes of pulsatile tinnitus written by tinnitus expert, Barry Keate. I have suffered two severe bouts of ETD, one after the flu in 2010 lasting 6 weeks before it finally passed and secondly for a 6 month period again following a virus from January until July 2011. When I eventually returned for my follow up the Consultant ENT doctor told me I was suffering from Tinnitus! Well thank you very much as I would never had guessed that! Even to this date now (4 years after the blocked ear cleared) I am left with creaking and popping ear tubes and worse still an intermittent low level humming, buzzing or rumble noise in my left ear. Hello all, I too have had this for 2 months, I havn’t been diagnosed yet bit Im pretty sure it’s edt. I have a question for you though, can a doctor detect fluid in your ear just by looking at it? Is there anything I can do to get rid of my raging tinnitus? Do you have a health question for Dr Scurr? Write to Dr Scurr, Good Health, Daily Mail, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT, or e-mail drmartin dailymail. I have known patients suffering from this who have difficulty breathing, and also feel headache or pain in the jaw (because of the way the nerves supplying the gullet run up into the neck and head). In his early 20s his hair turned silver after the death of his father; 30 years on, this has been reversed. Submitted 2 years ago by bloodzz. And the rumbling is caused by the muscles in your arms. I’ve suffered from this kind of tinnitus for a few years now, started after I got a new pair of headphones and played them too loud for a while, now in silence I can hear the ringing. However, if th ears are properly protected and looked after, the tinnitus should not get worse on its own:). As the wiki article explains, there have been many people who suffer from Tinnitus that could also hear The Hum that have stated they are entirely different sounds. I have been to two ENTs and have not really gotten a straight answer. 2. What should I do next? I have follow-up appts with 2 ENTs within the next 3-4 weeks. As long as you don’t suffer repetitive ear traumas i think you should do fine.

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Hums have been widely reported by national media in the UK and the United States. The Hum is sometimes prefixed with the name of a locality where the problem has been particularly publicized: e. In some cases, it may be a manifestation of tinnitus. It’s a question of whether you tense up to the noise or are relaxed about it. The CBT was shown to work, by helping people to take a different attitude to it. After those devices were corrected, however, reports of the hum persisted. They can last 2-3 hours and every time he has to be chewing gum. Most of my coping mechanisms have been to leave the room, get ear plugs to buying noise cancelling headphones, to listening to music, meditation, inundating myself with the sound in attempts to get used to it, to a myriad of other methods. My triggers are the Doof Doof of neighbour’s music, whistling, finger and foot tapping, rattling noises particularly in my car. After suffering with Misophonia for probably 50 years or more, I have noticed many triggers, and whatever I’m dealing with a any present time, becomes my WORST trigger, which can become near to a ’10’ (when I have to deal with a trigger in my life I can’t get away from or block with earplugs/whitenoise. The Hum, a mysterious droning sound, has been heard in places like Bristol, England, Bondi, Australia and Taos, N. Reports started trickling in during the 1950s from people who had never heard anything unusual before; suddenly, they were bedeviled by an annoying, low-frequency humming, throbbing or rumbling sound. Only about 2 percent of the people living in any given Hum-prone area can hear the sound, and most of them are ages 55 to 70, according to a 2003 study by acoustical consultant Geoff Leventhall of Surrey, England. Medical experts are quick to point out that tinnitus (the perception of sound when no external noise is present) is a likely cause, but repeated testing has found that many hearers have normal hearing and no occurrences of tinnitus. Admit it: You make strange sounds, feel misplaced shooting pains, or have secretions coming from places that shouldn t be secreting. I’ll tell you one of mine so you don’t feel like you’re alone in being a freak: After prolonged exercise, my left ear pops and stays that way for around 30 minutes. I can make a loud rumbling sound in my ears at will without moving any muscle in my face. 1; 2 NEXT.

I’ve been closely following the story of strange noises from the sky that flared up in January. I don’t get any value out of it, only more questions. 2. There can be quite a lot of causes why those acoustic gravity waves are generated: earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, storms, tsunamis, etc. Since when does scientific explanation limit itself that way? When I firmly plug my ears, the hum disappears. In these places, some 2-10 of the population can hear the rumble. Reports from Hum sufferers did not increase when HAARP began only recently, and localized Hum phenomena have never been near the HAARP site either before or since it began. If you go to your doctor to complain about the Hum, the most likely diagnosis you’ll get is tinnitus. So how do you wrap up a question like the Hum? When you assemble all the research and reports, you get a lot of footnotes, some data, some hypotheses, but mostly a giant pile of question marks. I have been suffering with an embarrassing problem for the past few months. My stomach rumbles loudly even if I have eaten and sometimes it even sounds like there is some bubbling. This question was posted under the Causes of Bloating and Gas article. There have also been several cases of guinea pig noises not on this list, although it is very rare. My question is do they make the rumbling noise only when wanting to mate or? Also, my older pig since the day I got her, has been purring every time I pet her. I felt immediate pain followed by a very loud ringing in my ear which I think was something like an A flat, or at least some note that I had never heard in my ear before. It seemed to get better after about 2 months, but then it seems the healing came to a halt. I’ve been having the same problem, so it’s good to hear there’s other people out there with these same symptoms I don’t know when I started getting that ‘broken speaker’ sound, or what happened, so that was really interesting to readDid the muscle happen to be the Tesor Tympani or Stapedius?. My rattling is only a slight nuisance in every day life, although really irritating when listening to music. Tinnitus (constant high pitch, but also strange rumbling like a fridge freezer..more noticable at nights when quiet) – Pressure in head (sides/temples) – Fullness in ears – I am vaguely dizzy constantly, and also get lightheaded – My eyes are. More noticable at nights when quiet) – Pressure in head (sides/temples) – Fullness in ears – I am vaguely dizzy constantly, and also get lightheaded – My eyes are. I have been to the GP and have had a consultation with the EN&T. I know a lot of people suffer from the dreaded ‘Head Pressure’. I started having the tinnitus, ear pressure and then the dizziness, kinda you want to faint and 2 sec later your back online after couple of year after my incident.

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