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How to prevent hearing throbbing sounds in my ear ?

I cant keep hiding my problems but i just dont know what to do Dur last one year I have been hearing continuous throbing sound in my right ear. Howeverfrom last on month or so ther is itching feeling on the uper back of left side. I am heay smoker.Kindly advise why this is? and is there any medicne to stop hearignof throbing sound in right year. I may also mention that there are craks on both feet. doctor say that this eczima and given tube lobata. But this has not been cured completly.
Asked On : Tue, 13 Sep 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Welcome to HCM
Read your prob, hearing some sound is due to any diease in ear or due to hypertension . you should monitor your blood pressure, consult with your doc n start treatment. some time it happen due to blocking of ear due to wax so keep it in your mind , rule out the cause. do not worry this is curable. for cracked feet , you should keep moisturized them well, keep clean them by luke worm water a apply that cream, it take some time to heal that crack.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Padma Saikia's  Response
Hi,Welcome to HCM.
Read your problem. Sound heard in the ear is called tinnitus and the causes of this may be due to damage to the microscopic endings of the hearing nerve in the inner ear. Today, loud noise exposure is a very common cause of tinnitus, and it often damages hearing as well.
A medical history, physical examination, and a series of special tests can help determine precisely where the tinnitus is originating. It is helpful for the us to know if the tinnitus is constant, intermittent or pulsating. So for better management see ENT specialist.
Hope i answered your query.
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