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Grandmother deaf. Loud noise created pain. Sound echoes now. Wait to see doctor? Suggest

My grandmother, who is in her late 70s, is deaf in one ear. Her dog barked loudly near her today and now her good ear is quite painful and everything she hears is echoed. It has been about 3 hours since the loud noise created pain in her ear. Should we take her to walk in care or wait longer to see if it corrects itself? Thank you for your assistance.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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LOUD SOUNDS SOMETIME GIVE TRAUMA TO THE NERVE LEADING TO NOISES
IT RECOVERS SLOWLY WITH TIME AFTER 3 WEEK
TO REDUCE PAIN CAN USE MILD ANALGESICS SOS
AND CAN USE FLUNARAZINE 5 MG OD AT NIGHT TILL IT RECOVERS
THESE WILL REDUCE HER SOUNDS TILL SHE RECOVERS AUTOMATICALLY
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