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    Old 04-30-2012, 02:36 PM   #1
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    Airy noise/ringing in the ears

    I know this is gonna sound crazy, but has anyone ever experienced a constant airy sound kind of like ringing in their ears? Could this have anything to do with my cervical disc problems? It is a constant noise going on in background.

    Also my neck pain has always been on left side left shoulder left arm and low back but now for last few days it has seemed to move over to the right side too and especially at the base of my skull on the left and up to my left ear. Does this mean it is getting worse? I'm also feeling a bit off kilter not really dizzy but maybe a bit fuzzy. My head all of a sudeen feels like it weighs more than usually.

    I'm thinking about getting a neck brace to help hold head up and maybe take some of the pressure off of my neck. Has anyone else used a neck brace and does it help?

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