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Allergic to dust, have continuous roaring in ear, prescribed neurobion, bilovas, vertin. Are the medicines right?

hi i recenlty going to ENT doctor for treatment of contineous roaring in give me medicine. which are as follow. 1.Tab. Neurobion 15 day 2.Tab.Bilovas 15 days 3.Tab vertin 8mg 15 days dxona 4 days 5.Tab. lasix 40mg 4 days So this is ok with me and what is use of above medicine. my age is 30 and allergy with dust,pollution so light difficulty in breathing.
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
there are many easons you first diagnose
if there are allergies there are chances of sinusitis which cause post nasal drip and mucus plugs the middle ear
do xray pns
if there is hearing loss get pta done which will tell whether conductive or s/n hearing loss
any type of blockage gives the symptomps of sound

get the tsts done find diagnoses and post
these medicines are given to control the symptomps but cannot treat cause
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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