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Intermittent vibration feelings in ears, worsens on head bath, in winter, also with certain foods. Remedy?

The feeling of vibration that most people complain about is not the same sensation or sound as tinnitus: I have experienced that sensation off and on for years and it can drive on absolutely nuts depending on the intensity of the vibrations. At first, I discovered that if I lay down in a room with a clock radio in it, the sensation got so bad I had to get out of the room. I also noticed that If I wet/wash my hair and go outdoors in the winter it gets really bad at night. The winter affects it Big Time . I do know one thing for sure, it is connected to some sort of ear infection for me; I also get it really bad if I eat some foods that I am intolerant to.
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
You are correct that during infection or cold or winter seasons there is a kind of sound which troubles that is due to cold and due to non function of tube behind the nose and connecting the middle part of ear.
There is fluid collection in the middle part of ear and because of which there is sound like buzzing of insect .
You should get an ENT consultation and get done ---Pure tone audiometry and impedance audiometry to get this ruled out and take medicines accordingly.
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Answered: Sat, 28 Dec 2013
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