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Diabetic and hypertensive, feels dizzy, ringing in ear. Diagnosed as middle ear inflammation. Took betaserc

i am 65 years old , in the last three month i complained from dizziness , vertigo , ringing in ear , my Dr said that it was middle ear inflammation .. i took betaseric but no any benifit ,, i am diabitic and hypertinsive women ... when my pressure reach 130/65 or like this i feel dizziness again ! , also when my blood sugare high i feel it ! after 2 month i took acatheter surgery , my drugs as follow : diovan , galvus 50mg , glocophage , antiplex 75
Asked On : Tue, 19 Jun 2012
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Welcome in H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding dizziness and ringing in ear, though you are diabetic and hypertensive.

I would like to tell you that ringing in ear and imbalance both develop from inner ear (Imbalance from vestibule and ringing from cochlea of inner ear). As you are diabetic and hypertensive also and both these are well known to develop such complications in ear. My opinion is that you should consult your ENT doctor for thorough examination and VESTIBULO CCOCHLEAR FUNCTIONS TESTS and blood chemistry to pinpoint the diagnosis so that treatment may be plan.

Answered: Thu, 27 Mar 2014
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