Tonsillitis symptoms

Tonsillitis symptoms-various aspects- Tonsillitis symptoms  include the following -high temperature (fever) over 38C (100.4F) coughing. headache. earache. feeling sick. feeling tired. swollen, painful lymph glands in your neck. loss of voice or changes to your voice. Overview of tonsillitis symptoms– Tonsillitis is inflammation of the tonsils, two oval-shaped pads of tissue at the back of…

Headache High Blood Pressure

Headache High Blood Pressure-various aspects- Most of the time, headaches and nosebleeds are not caused by high blood pressure. The strongest evidence suggests that headaches and nosebleeds are not caused by high blood pressure. Wait five minutes before retaking the test if your blood pressure is unusually high, you have a headache or a nosebleed,…

Tinnitus with Ear Infection

Tinnitus with Ear Infection- various aspects-  Aspects of tinnitus from an ear infection Introduction to Tinnitus with ear infection  –  An accumulation of fluid (ear infection), earwax, debris, or other foreign objects can clog your ear canals. Tinnitus can result from an obstruction that alters the pressure inside your ear. Trauma to the head or…

Tinnitus from Ear Infection

Tinnitus from Ear Infection-various aspects– Tinnitus from Ear Infection-    Can tinnitus result from an ear infection? Overview- When you hear ringing or other disturbances in one or both of your ears, it’s called tinnitus. Other people typically cannot hear the sounds you hear when you have tinnitus since they are not caused by an…

Tinnitus with Headache

Tinnitus with headache-various aspects-  This article mentions the relationship between tinnitus and headache How are tinnitus and migraines connected? Relationship to migraine A connection to more headaches Medications Other elements Summary of Tinnitus with headache– A sign of tinnitus is a high-pitched ringing in the ears. Some people experience migraine attacks and tinnitus simultaneously. A…

Tinnitus Disability

Tinnitus Disability-various aspects– Introduction-   Noises in the ear(s), such as ringing, buzzing, clicking, or hissing, are indicative of tinnitus. In addition to other ear, throat, and nasal problems, hearing loss is frequently a complication of the illness. Tinnitus disability -what is it? Yes.  Tinnitus can make you unable to work, which could result in a…

Tinnitus and Headache

Tinnitus and Headache -various aspects- How are migraines and tinnitus related? Connection to migraine Link to additional headaches Medications Other factors Summary of Tinnitus and Headache A high-pitched ringing in the ears is a symptom of tinnitus. Some people develop tinnitus while having migraine attacks. Another risk factor for independent tinnitus is a migraine history….

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Deafness Sensorineural

Deafness Sensorineural-various aspects-  What is sensory-afferent ototoxic hearing loss? Conductive hearing loss: symptoms, causes, vs. Types of sudden sensorineural hearing loss Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prognosis Summary Damage to inner ear tissues or the auditory nerve results in  Deafness Sensorineural –sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL). More than 90% of adult hearing loss is caused by it. Loud…

Tinnitus From Ear Wax

Tinnitus From Ear Wax-various aspects-  Is there a link between tinnitus and earwax?/ Tinnitus From Ear Wax Tinnitus is one of several issues that can arise from earwax buildup in the ear canal. But how do earwax and tinnitus relate to one another, and can tinnitus be brought on by earwax removal techniques? To understand…

Tinnitus Pulsatile

Tinnitus Pulsatile -various aspects- Tinnitus with pulse –Pulsatile Tinnitus: What Is It? People who suffer from pulsatile tinnitus frequently experience rhythmic whooshing, throbbing, or thumping in one or both ears. The sounds are said to be grating by some patients. Others, however, find the noises to be incapacitating and intense, making it difficult to focus…

Sinusitis On Pressure

Sinusitis On Pressure-various aspects-  Sinusitis On Pressure- When the membranes lining your nasal passages become irritated or inflamed, sinus pressure results. Additionally, mucus may accumulate and cease draining, resulting in pressure and pain. Colds, allergies, and sinus infections are among the causes. Taking over-the-counter pain relievers and maintaining nasal moisture can also help you feel…