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Hearing management

Question
Posted by: LP | 2007/05/23

Q.

Ringing in ears

Hi Doc

I get ringing in both my ears continiously. It desturb me during the evening when I try getting to sleep.

Please give advice.

LP

Expert's Reply

A.

Hearing Expert

Dear LP

The ringing in your ears are called Tinnitus. It is a very common problem and many people suffer with it. There are several possible causes for it. A few possibilities are: certain medications, diet, several different diseases, blood pressure, stress, alcolhol use, hormonal problems, hearing loss, etc. It is important to get to the root of the problem, so the best place to start is with a general check-up from a GP. He/she will then be able to refer her if any further evaluation are needed.

Please let me know if you have any further questions

kind regards
Izabelle Pieterse

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Posted by: johan | 2007/05/25

Help with ringing in my ears all day

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Posted by: johan | 2007/05/25

Please need help with continues ringing in my ears

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