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Water in ears, whooshing sound, ear pain, ringing, swimmers ear peroxide tried in vain, treatment

Hi I recently got water in my ear and ever since I have a CONSTANT whoosing sound in my ear. I only hear it when the room is quiet. Now I have developed ear pain along with the sound. It is driving me crazy!! What could this be? Also have tried swimmers ear and peroxide ...nothing!
Asked On : Fri, 23 Mar 2012
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  User's Response
hello dear,
welcome to hcm,
your problem is relatd witn asom.
after complete e.n.t. checkup if don't get relife, just try this home remedy.
your problem will be gone by 100%.
take 3-3 tab.of trifla guggulu bd after meal,
and put two drops of onion juice in paing ear and put a cotton packing.
just avoid sour/spicy food stuff for 15days.
keep your ear properly clean and dry.
Answered: Fri, 23 Mar 2012
Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr. Carol Rogala's  Response
You need to be examined. It sounds like some fluid is still in the ear. With pain, it is probably swimmer's ear. Peroxide does not work, neither does the over the counter remedies. Before you do anything else, have someone look at it. Do not put oil or try the 'candling' cure that people often resort to.

Carol Rogala D.O.
Answered: Fri, 23 Mar 2012
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