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Unable to judge noise. No infection. Has neck pain. Suggestions?

My husband says for the past two years he has been struggling with vertigo but was clear of that after a trip to the doctor. He says he has a hard time judging noise and feels like he is in a dream like state. He went to an ent but the couldn t see any infection. He also has neck pain and works out every day, cardio and using weights.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Dear patient, long standing vertigo, deafness ( in ability to judge noise) and tennitus (whistling noise in ears) can be due to hydrolymph of the inner ear known as Miener's disease or CP angle tumour, i think he can get a MRI scan of inner ear and brain done and consult a neurologist and second openion of ENT doctor can be taken
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Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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