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... restaurant noise. It feels like my eardrum starts vibrating rapidly in response to certain frequencies. It almost sounds like static. ... (0 replies)
... e main problems were the normal drainage problems that lots of kids faced but mine weren't expected to go away. I had tubes put in and out several times. I had eardrum reconstruction three times. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Bob, Great new! You are getting there! I am still holding out for you to hear the sound of the shower or rain falling-maybe this weekend! On the hissing, cracking was getting really bad for me over the past week. I had a meeting yesterday afternoon and left with a major headache from the noise! This morning I woke up with no hissing or popping at all!... (96 replies)

... Speaking of vibrating feelings, I have had this a number of times also. ... (96 replies)
... mage. You do need to see the ENT since you have some hearing loss that is apparently able to be restored if you see an ENT. Your inner ear bones all seem to be vibrating properly since you heard the tuning fork when he put it behind your ear. ... (2 replies)
... We took our 4 mo. old son to an audiologist today and they did a test on his eardrum to test for vibrations. They said his one side showed no vibrations during the test while the other did. ... (4 replies)
... hi, this is what i have plus moving eardrums, tinnitus, and a snapping sound that comes from the roof of my mouth or behind my nose, it has progressed to this, i felt fluid in my ears in the fall and i was dizzy and motionsick, i get lightheaded and imbalance some also, i have it in both ears when people talk to me my ear drums jump or the sound thuds in both. i am currently... (1 replies)
... Starting 7 days ago, I noticed that I can hear or feel a vibrating sound when I talk or hum. It seems to be mostly on the low notes, or the "mmm"s. ... (1 replies)
... Similar to what I had, the loud sounds will be worrisome for quite awhile. They get better with time but it takes time. Also it took my brain awhile to adjust to the sounds, at first I had difficulty understanding speech but as time went by it greatly improved. Dr "B" is a "rock star!!" Hearing great without HAs after 3 decades with them. (33 replies)
... now in the operated ear, but very loud bass sounds are super distorted and almost painful. I almost want to think the distortion is maybe due to gelfoam packing vibrating against the eardrum? ... (33 replies)
... tack on the eardrum which takes a minute or so and no surgery and this stops the ear drum from vibrating when the ET tube goes Patulous and helps with the symptoms, apparently then you have to get it done every six months but it's very quick and easy to do.... ... (2 replies)
... Got up this morning and felt like it was better...beeped a few times, but still felt better...had to teach flute lessons this afternoon..OMG...every note was vibrating and crackling in my left ear, the higher the frequencey, the worse it got. ... (0 replies)
... mlgable, yes that does help, thanks! I was hoping that the fact that he passed his initial test and the eardrum is proving to not be vibrating indicates a less likely chance that he has nerve deafness. ... (4 replies)

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