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Old 05-25-2013, 07:03 AM   #1
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Hearing gets quiet then louder

I get this all day long and it's very difficult to here people talking. Music and tv is alterd back ground noise becomes a loud dronning noise with no rythem any body have this, along with a hissing noise head presure and sinus problems when breathing get a clicking noise and a lite popping. Please help!

 
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Re: Hearing gets quite then louder

See an ENT Specialist.
I had the same and was diagnosed with Tinnitus.
I had an MRI of my head and a frequency sound test. I have slight loss of hearing in one ear and the Tinnitus I have learned to live with although I was offered Treatment where they mask the sound's I hear with another sound. I declined this and have learned to live with some very strange sound's though some day's are better than other's.

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"I also have Sinus problems and I quess that's to be expected as E.N.T are all connected"...

 
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Old 05-25-2013, 10:12 AM   #3
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See an ENT Specialist.
I had the same and was diagnosed with Tinnitus.
I had an MRI of my head and a frequency sound test. I have slight loss of hearing in one ear and the Tinnitus I have learned to live with although I was offered Treatment where they mask the sound's I hear with another sound. I declined this and have learned to live with some very strange sound's though some day's are better than other's.

Solofelix.

"I also have Sinus problems and I quess that's to be expected as E.N.T are all connected"...
Do you also have the head presure and trouble blowing your nose, feels like your throat wants to close?

 
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Old 05-25-2013, 10:25 AM   #4
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Re: Hearing gets quite then louder

Do you also feel your breath through your ears?

 
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Re: Hearing gets quite then louder

Hi Terlin,

Yes, I do get those symptoms and have always had trouble with my throat mainly because I seem to make a lot of Mucus in the back of my throat and have trouble swallowing.
I have had four Endoscopy's for various stomach problems but no problem was found with my swallowing.

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Do you also feel your breath through your ears?

Simple answer "NO"...

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