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Crackling in Ears
Apr 14, 2014
... On and off for years I have had occasional bouts of crackling in my right ear, seemingly unrelated to movement or external stimuli. Of late it has become worse, crackling maybe for 5 secs, then silent for maybe 30 secs. Sometimes it can go almost continuous for hours or days. ... (0 replies)
... What is a crackling sound in my ears (0 replies)
... ext to my ear. It's never been the same since that day. I notice when I eat dairy and also when my stress is up that the fullness or what I call broken speaker crackling sound is more noticeable. Have you found any cure yet? ... (2 replies)

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... I am going nuts because for the past month or so I have had light crackling sound in my right ear off and on. It sounds a little like soap bubbles popping. I am not noticing any other symptoms like vertigo, etc. ... (58 replies)
... Yes, I did have crackling and popping noise the first few weeks after surgery. But it eventually stopped. ... (101 replies)
... Hey guys, do you have a crackling sound in your operated ear sometimes? ... (101 replies)
... I've got crackling in both ears, its caused by swallowing, opening and closing my mouth wide, yawning and sometimes head movements. ... (58 replies)
... No...from the sound of things you are certainly not alone! I have been on a number of different sites now and read countless testimonials from other who also have this problem. ... (58 replies)
... Hello Dominick, I too have had these symptoms for about two months now and it is really having an impact on my day-to-day existence! As a professional musician, you could imagine how it effects me! My symptoms are excited by sound; that is it is not tinnitis. Loud sounds, certain frequencies when whistling or humming or even playing my trombone cause this kazoo-like... (58 replies)
... absolutley! yes the middle ear muscles can spasm causing all these symptoms. (58 replies)
... ms. I first saw an ENT since I was sure there was something wrong with my ear. The tests showed so significant hearing loss or ET dysfunction. He looked in my ears and said the fullness was just due to allergies. ... (58 replies)
... Good luck Libby. Let us know how you are doing as soon as you feel like posting. (58 replies)
... hi libby, the ear will have packing in it so it will be blocked up, but it reallyis no big deal, after a week to 10 days its fine. i do not have autophoney. try not to be nervous, its a simple procedure and you will be glad you did iy. where are you having this done at? lib (58 replies)
... it does'nt sound nice. ... (58 replies)
... Meg, Hi! I've been reading through the last few posts and thought I might comment. I have been diagnosed with palatal myoclonus and have had the botox treatments. My myoclonus like yours is triggered by talking and blowing (like blowing out candles on a cake). For some reason, when i say the letters m and n I don't hear the snap or clicking sound. My ENT scoped me and the... (58 replies)
... Hi Lib, I will let you know. I started the appointment process today. Won't see him until January though. Do you know anybody who has tried patulend? Jen (58 replies)
... i have not tried sound therapy. if you see poe i would be interested to hear what he thinks of sound therapy for myoclonus. ... (58 replies)
... Hey, I was wondering if you ever tried sound therapy. Heard it might help some of our symptoms. ... (58 replies)
... nik, if you read my posts my whole story is there, i will try to give the short story......i had so many horrific symptoms....and one i described and called autophony, i would get a rough echo type of sound after i would talk, it at the time seemed like it was my voice, now my drs and i relize it was the muscle in the middle ear spasming, when it would do this my voice also... (58 replies)




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