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Ringing ears, dizziness, loss of balance when sitting. Sneezing, coughing, head congestion, discomfort in ears

Hi, I am 27 having the whistling noise (similar to the cricket insect at night) audible in silence. sometime, I had spinning of head and loss of balance while sitting. i have been facing this problem for 4 years. The whistling is audible also during day time with discomfort in both the ears. I seek advice for the problem. I always keep sneezing and coughing with head congestion, feel Uneasiness in both the ears, eyes and face. Feel like losing balance; aversion to loud noise and light. Weakness and tireness of eyes. Nervousness . I seek advice for the problem. Thanks Manoj Verma
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Hello Manoj
You need an ENT consultation
You need your ears to be examined and then need to have audiological tests like pure tone audiometry a hearing test
.and impedance audiometry to know situation behind the ear.
Then further tests if required will be done accordingly
in doubt do reply
Answered: Thu, 7 Nov 2013
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