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Labriynthitus, sensitivity to noise, constant white noise, dizziness on tuning the head, had an episode of acute hearing loss due to uncomfartable sleeping position. What could it be?

I had acute hearing loss and ringing in my right ear eight months ago. I was lying on my side in a uncomfortable position working on a boat. I had vertigo right away for about a week. Now I m still VERY sensitive to noise and constant white noise . Chiropractor said it is my c1 out of position but I m not convinced. Please help!!! Also dizzy when my head is tilted to my right side? Also my ENT told me I have labriynthitus as well. Thanks George Fetterman
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jun 2012
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You do have a neck problem,probabaly spondylitis.that may be cuasing the vertigo.Your symptoms donot suggest labyrinthitis.The acute hearing loss and tinnitus could happen to anyone..indicates sensorineural hearing loss possibly Noise induced as you work on a ship I think.For both conditions I can suggest a treatment formula which has worked on all my patients quite consistently.But you need to be persistant and try this for 3months at get good results.In one month you can make out the diffeerence.Please reduce noise exposure..use ear muffs..they cut out 30 0/0 of the noise.Please take Tab.vertin16 mg thrice daily with T.Neurobion once daily and Tab.GINKOBA thrice daily for a month.continue for at least 3-6 months if you feel some betterment.You will.
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