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snoring in head

hi doctor my mother had a problem in her head , shes continue telling that she heard always snoring in her head thats why shes feel uncontiousness,one more thing shes takeing medicine also but her problem as itis,her CT-SCAN is also normal ,cholestrol only 256 but other test are normal ,doctor can u help us what can i do
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jun 2010
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Hello, welcome to Healthcaremagic. Hearing self snoring sound is something not heard of by me till now, i believe it has to be some other sound called tinnitus. You must get your mother examined by a ENT doctor who would do audiometric tests on your mother and evaluate and provide appropriate treatment. Wish you good health.
Answered: Sun, 30 Oct 2011
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The sound can be 'Tinnitus' or a vascular bruit. Is it in both ears? What is her age? Which medications is she currently taking? Is she hypertensive ( has high blood pressure)? Are her blood tests normal? Kindly get her hearing tests (PTA & Impedance Audiogram) done. You may also get a Neck Doppler study and Cervical Spine X-rays done. An MRI brain scan may pick up additional information in spite of a normal CT scan. An MRA (Angiogram) can be considered if the bouts of unconsciousness persist.
Answered: Sun, 6 Jun 2010
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