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What is the root cause of the banging sound in my head and what medicines should I take ?

I hear a sound "i i" in my head (no sound outside) Hi, doctors. I am 35 years old (good health). I d like some answers for my symptom. My symptom: I hear a sound i i i in my head (no sound outside) for approximately ten years. I had scaned: Doppler, CT, MRI but my head is normal (The neurologist specialist said) and conclusioned that I has been stress by work, so need to do exercise regularly. So, I very expect yours recommends about: Root of symptom above; how medicine to use OR OTHERS reducing symptoms ...? I am afraid of causing more harm or memory loss if left too long time. Thank you very much.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jul 2011
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You are having a symptom called Tinnitus which is a ringing sound in the ear. It can have many possible causes but the common causes are impacted wax inside the ear, any ear infection or fluid, deficiency of vitamins as well. Take food rich in vitamins like fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables, nuts, chicken, lean meat. You can try taking Tablet Neurobion forte which has essential vitamins for nerves after consulting your ENT Doctor. Get your Haemoglobin test done as anaemia can also cause tinnitus. Better to get examined thoroughly and receive appropriate treatment.
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