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Whooshing sound, noise, headaches, sinus issues, have cervical spondylosis. What is going on?

Hi. I have been having trouble with my hearing. Everything sound very loud and have been hearing loud whooshing noises and weird headaches. I had a suddem oressure headache which I thought my head would pop but wemt away as fast as it came but made me weak then the next mroning my ears and head are like this. I do have cervical soondylosis so could it be from that or should I start to worry? I have seen doctor but all she said was its probably sinus problems and use lintus with steam. Neck it also hurting and I find sometime my ears buzz with certain movement. Hooe you can help?
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
You are having hearing problem and tinnitus and dizziness.
you must get done
---Pure tone audiometry(hearing tests)
---MRI Brain
hearing test can tell what is the hearing status and will help in ruling out ear as a cause of the problems .
You may also require other clinical tests like standing ,stepping ,ENG etc this your ENT specialist can decide.
For sinus problem as your doctor said take---
Tab. Ebastine/Loratidine/Acrivastine + phenylephrine/pseudoephedrine two times a day
Tab. Acetylcystiene (Mucinac) 600 mg once daily
xylometazoline Nose drops 2 drops both nostril 2 times a day
for 5 days
report back.

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