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Ringing sound in ears due to otitis media - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
User :   Hello i have otitis media for about 6 or 5 days... and i hear low and a ringing sound in my ears... Dr gave me ciprodex ear drops and Amoxcln/Clavl 875MG Will the ringing go away?
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these medications will help your otitis media go away
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u need more investigations for your ringing in th ears
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and depending on cause you will need treatment for it
User :   So is it normal for me hearing a little ringing in my ears for Otitis Media?
Doctor :  
sometimes a little bit of ringing in ears is considered normal when you are having acute otitis media
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but if it is persisting even if
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when ur otitis media is geting controlled
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then it is suggested that you should get yourself examined again for ringing in th ears
User :   Because everytime i get otitis media i hear ringing in my ears.. doesn't bother me but just making sure it's normal
User :   But it goes away
User :   so i got nothing to worry about
Doctor :  
if it goes away with the otitis media going off then it is fine
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you need not worry
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but in case it does persist, then please get urself examined
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as it could lead to some other disease
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like otosclerosis and Meneires disease

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