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Unread 11-14-2011, 09:39 PM   #1
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Confused Ear buzzing

I thought there was something wrong with my stereo. When it's really loud there is a buzzing sound on the left. WhenI turn around it's still on my left. OMG it's my ear???
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Unread 11-18-2011, 04:30 AM   #2
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I thought there was something wrong with my stereo. When it's really loud there is a buzzing sound on the left. WhenI turn around it's still on my left. OMG it's my ear???
Make sure that you are not listening to music that is too loud!
It sounds like you are suffering from Tinnitus.

I don't normally visit this forum but your post caught my eye because I actually suffer from Pulsatile Tinnitus ( a rhythmic pulsing whoosing sound in my left ear). I unfortunately got this after an op for V/ATOS. I can actually hear my blood pulsing in my ear....... horrible.
Go to your GP if it doesn't subside after a week or two. It could be from an ear infection for which you will probably need antibiotics or damage from loud noise?????If the buzzing continues after you have been checked by your doctor ask if you can be referred to a ent (ear, nose, throat )specialist.
If symptoms continue the following youtube clip may be useful?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7bL9...eature=related
Best wishes ( SD38, TOS forum)

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I would like to say that this is called Sudden Sensorinueral Hearing Loss (SHL), i just lost my hearing this way the other day. If you wake up with this condition you need to get to the Dr. within the first 72 hours to get treatment, this is considered an emergancy, you may go permantently deaf it the ear if you do not get treatment. It can also be associated with Meniere's Disease and is considered related to shingles.

I am on 60 mg prednisone and 3,00 mg Valtrex.

Thank goodness i got treatment with the firt 72 hours, my hearing seemed to have came back.

J.


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