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Clicking in ears whiles swallowing due to weak nerves, pain after talking over phone. What tests should be taken and treatment advise?

Hello doctor, I am suffering from clicking in my ears while swallowing esp in my left ear. My ENT dr checked my ears n told me that my nerves are weak and my hearing is lesser too. He has prescribed me with multi vitamin tablet(Riconia), acocortin and levocetrizine . I am very much worried like it may be acoustic neuroma or something worse. I occasionally get pain after talking over phones. Can u help me on what test should i undergo and what should i do? Kindly guide me and do needful. Regards, Manisha
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Hi..Papu., Excessive use of mobile phone itself can lead to pain in the ears, this is common nowadays..avoid long talk in the mobile phone, reduce the volume of the mobile phone, or walk-man music players..the above problem will heal with above medication.. the above symptoms are not of acoustic neuroma.. not to worry..

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