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Ringing in both ears, hearing loss, increased muscle tension in throat. Related symptoms?

Hi, I have the sensation of a un-poppable bubble both my ears and relatively loud ringing in both ears (but more so in the left). I feel as though i have slight hearing loss as well. For round about a year now i have had increased muscle tension in my throat due to over-straining whilst singing, could this be linked? Thanks for your help.
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail as you said that you are having bubbling sound in both ears with some hearing loss,you have already ringing sound in both ears for last one year,recently you feel some stress in your neck muscles during are intersted to know the relationship between your problems.To know this you are requested to go for these investigations- (1) Pure tone audoimetery.(2) Impedance Audiometery.Apart from this good clinical examination of your throat and ear is very important for getting the information about type of hearing loss,cause of tinnitus and assciated throat infection which may give rise to stress in neck muscles during speaking and also responsible for bubbling sound in ear and hearing loss. For this you should contact your E.N.T.specialist for physical examination and co-relating it with inferences of investigations.Thanks.
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