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    Old 12-30-2003, 09:40 PM   #1
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    Unhappy Red Burning Ear(s)

    I am a 30 yr old female. I have Mitral Valve Prolapse and Right bundle Branch Block. I also have mid hbp (ex. 150/90). I have high stress. I get upset easily. My concern as of now is I have this big problem with red and burning ear(s). Sometimes my face gets red and burns also. But mostly just my ear(s). Does anyone out there have any experience or knowledge about what might be causing this? I will truly appreciate any help/suggestions anyone can give me. Thank You, Lisa

     
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    Old 12-30-2003, 10:33 PM   #2
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    Re: Red Burning Ear(s)

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    I am a 30 yr old female. I have Mitral Valve Prolapse and Right bundle Branch Block. I also have mid hbp (ex. 150/90). I have high stress. I get upset easily. My concern as of now is I have this big problem with red and burning ear(s). Sometimes my face gets red and burns also. But mostly just my ear(s). Does anyone out there have any experience or knowledge about what might be causing this? I will truly appreciate any help/suggestions anyone can give me. Thank You, Lisa

    Lisamarie7b,

    My husband (46) has a problem somewhat like yours. His ears neck and face get hot and feel like they are burning. When this begins it makes him feel really bad. Stressed and upset. He has been dealing with this on and off for about 2 years but it is now causing him so much anxiety we must find out what is going on. Maybe someone else out there has the same problem but with answers.

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    Re: Red Burning Ear(s)

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    I am a 30 yr old female. I have Mitral Valve Prolapse and Right bundle Branch Block. I also have mid hbp (ex. 150/90). I have high stress. I get upset easily. My concern as of now is I have this big problem with red and burning ear(s). Sometimes my face gets red and burns also. But mostly just my ear(s). Does anyone out there have any experience or knowledge about what might be causing this? I will truly appreciate any help/suggestions anyone can give me. Thank You, Lisa
    I am a 23 yr old female with high blood presssure and MVP. My ears get red and burn when my blood pressure is up. Sometimes my cheeks do too. I know exactly what you are talking about. Now I know I am not alone.

     
    Old 01-03-2004, 08:50 PM   #4
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    Re: Red Burning Ear(s)

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    Lisamarie7b,

    My husband (46) has a problem somewhat like yours. His ears neck and face get hot and feel like they are burning. When this begins it makes him feel really bad. Stressed and upset. He has been dealing with this on and off for about 2 years but it is now causing him so much anxiety we must find out what is going on. Maybe someone else out there has the same problem but with answers.

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    Does your husband have heart problems and/or hbp? Does he dee a Dr. I am constantly looking for answers online b/c I can;t afford to see a Dr. at this time. I am reading that this could be related to hbp and/or anxiety. If I find out anything I will let you know. I hope you will do the same.

     
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    Re: Red Burning Ear(s)

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    Originally Posted by lisamarie7b
    Does your husband have heart problems and/or hbp? Does he dee a Dr. I am constantly looking for answers online b/c I can;t afford to see a Dr. at this time. I am reading that this could be related to hbp and/or anxiety. If I find out anything I will let you know. I hope you will do the same.
    Lisamarie,
    No my husband does not have heart problems and his blood pressure is on the low side. He has had checkups and they have tried to give him zoloft, paxel, prozac, wellburtum but he can not take those things. He got so upset because they would not listen. Evidently there is something in those types of drugs that he just cannot tolerate. It seemed like thats all that doctor focused on so he will see another doctor in 2 weeks. Thank you,
    I will let you know when we find out what is going on.

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