Diseases In The Buzzing Ears Accompanied By Vertigo.?
My doctor wanted to ask, my right ear buzzed along with pain in the head. Then it is made to stagger or not balanced. But I have already checked with my ENT doctor and I have RONTGENED in the Right Ear and Nose, the result of my RontGEN is LOOKING IN PERFORMANCE IN THE RIGHT ETHMOIDALIS SINCE. KAVUM RICE; NOT LOOKING FORCE THE SEPTUM OF RICE. MUKOSA KONKHA NASALIS THICKEN. KAVUM AERATION NASI: REDUCE. IMPRESSION: BILATERAL ETHMOIDALIS SINUSITIS WITH RHINITIS. Is that dangerous, right? But after being given medicine by the ENT doctor, there is still no change. What is the solution, Doctor?
Hello, thanks for the question.
The nose, ears, and throat are connected to one another, so that the nose disorders can also cause interference with the ears and throat, and vice versa. From the x-ray examination results obtained the impression of bilateral ethmoid sinusitis with rhinitis, meaning that there is a buildup of fluid in the sinus cavity located in the ethmoid bone behind the nose near both eyes, this fluid will move and will stimulate pain or burning sensation in the face and can cause headache complaints, because the nose and ears are connected by one channel namely the eustachian tube, then this nasal disturbance can also cause interference with the ear, in the form of inflammation of the middle ear, such as otitis media which causes ear pain, buzzing, hearing loss, etc. -other, as well as balance disorders, giving rise to complaints of spinning dizziness. Some things that can increase the risk of these complaints include, a long history of colds, allergies, nasal polyps, rhinitis, and others. Complaints are generally harmless and not life threatening, but if not handled properly can interfere with comfort and interfere with the quality of one's life. Therefore, if treatment has been done and complaints do not improve or get worse, you should consult your ENT doctor, the doctor will re-evaluate and support examinations if needed such as laboratory tests, x-rays, CT scans, endoscopy, etc. Handling can range from administering drugs, drinking or topically to the nose and ears, to surgical procedures if complaints do not improve with drug therapy and often repeat. We recommend the consumption of drugs prescribed by doctors as recommended, eat nutritious food, adequate rest, increase fluid consumption, sleep with a high pillow, avoid stress and alcohol, and avoid smoking.
Thus, hopefully it helps.
Greetings, Dr. Nova