... I do not feel fullness in my ears, but I sometimes hear ringing in my ears. ... (3 replies)
... Hi MickeyGirlie,
A few questions for more information. By dizzy, to you mean feeling like you or the room is spinning? Dizzy means different things to different people. Others describe dizzy as lightheadedness, or imbalance/unsteadiness.
Second question, do you have dizzy episodes and if so how long do they last? or is your dizziness fairly constant/all the time?
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... erapy, cardiologist,ent,otologist, neurologist,acupuncturist,hormone dr,allergist,etc... i had all the eye and gearing tests at otologist office. I always have a fullness in my right ear, music and flashing lights make me dizzy, high pitch noises basically everything makes me dizzy. ... (4 replies)
... Greetings...I suffer from menieres and have not found a skilled ENT in this field.
Not sure where you live but could you kindly give me the contact person who has been treating you? Many thanks! (8 replies)
... oms. I've had it since I was 20. I am out of remission for a good while now so I'm going back through a full testing assessment. My ENTs specialize in this inner ear disease, but most doctors are uneducated about it. I also developed TMJ despite 6 years of oral ortgodontry and peridontry. ... (8 replies)
... test and ENG. The diagnosis was right ear vestibulopathy, he sent me to VRT, I did it for 2 months, still doing it... ... (0 replies)
... I think you are absolutely right to assume a connection between vision and ear ailements. While they might seem disconnected, visual disturbances are a primary complaint of those suffering from inner ear disorders. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Newbie
I also have what you have, I have had this issue for the last 9 months and its just plain nasty.
I have every test under the sun, Mri, Ct, scans & xrays all with clear results, so now I am finally going into hospital to have grommets in my ears as its believed to be blocked eustation tubes ( Glue Ear) this is happening next Wednesday so hopefully this is the... (1 replies)
... persistent popping sound and ear fullness. ... (1 replies)
... Hello. So I know exactly how you feel. I had and have similar experiences and symptoms, I was diagnosed with Meniere's Disease, which is an autoimmune inner ear disorder that impacts the vestibular nerve. ... (2 replies)
... I have a history of TMJ. What do you readers think about a person with TMJ being more prone to ear sensitivity or disturbance from too many decibels or certain low end frequencies? ... (0 replies)
... of detail about this because I need as much advice as I can get. Basically, about 3 months ago I first started getting pain in both of my ears, I used olive oil ear drops in both and then pain went for a little while, the pain came back so I went to the doctors. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, Kzmo. You might read up on patulous eustachian tube and see if that is what you have. I have had it for at least 15 years. I didn't know what it was; ENT couldn't figure it out. I finally figured it out on my own via internet research. The symptoms are that you get a weird pressure/fullness in your ear. Exterior sounds are slightly muffled, and when you talk you hear... (2 replies)
... There are many inner ear problems. ... (2 replies)
... Only have tinnitus in that ear when I yawn. ... (2 replies)
... popping, crackling, pressure, and pain. I'm constantly blowing to relieve my ear pressure, only for it to pop and IMMEDIATELY close up again. This started 2 years ago for me, and have struggled with it daily. ... (8 replies)
... health information on the web but was drawn to this thread by precious daily because it described symptoms so similar to mine. "popping and crackling in my right ear and the feeling of fullness". ... (8 replies)
... I dislike doctors i must say, so i have the full trust in you. . It's a very strange and constant fullness feeling with tinnitus along with it as i said above. ... (1 replies)
... a history of otitis media with effusion on the ear which i talk about. ... (1 replies)
... ling lasted for several days. I was sick Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and then by Thursday I felt like myself again. I have been doing a lot of research on inner ear disorders and it seems abnormal to be nauseous for days after a vertigo attack. ... (3 replies)