Ears Still Ringing After A Ruptured Eardrum Operation?
Good afternoon, my eardrum broke out and buzzed, I had surgery, about 2 weeks. But why is it still buzzing?
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Ear buzzing in medical is also called tinnitus. Is a complaint that is felt when someone hears or feels a disturbing sound sensation. This condition is also not forbidden to make a person become frustrated so that it interferes with daily activities. Tinnitus can be a sign of a certain medical problem. Here are some possible causes of buzzing ears, namely:
Ear infections Ear drum disorders Earwax Accumulation of fluid in the ear Otosclerosis Side effects of certain medications such as aspirin, anti-malaria, certain antibiotics Muscle spasms around the ears Injuries to the head and neck High blood pressure High cholesterol Surgery performed to treat ruptured ear drum procedures this is also called tympanoplasty. This operation is done by grafting another tissue to the ruptured eardrum. The healing process generally lasts for 2-3 months. During the healing process, you are advised to remain in control in accordance with the doctor's recommendations. And during the healing process the ear function may not be able to return or recover fully as before. In addition, every action including tympanolasty can cause complications. Complications that can arise from this operation are:
Infection Bleeding Dizziness Ear buzzing Changes in the sense of taste Taste loss of hearing For that if you feel the complaint appears you should consult back to the ENT specialist who has handled you before. In addition it can be a variety of causes of buzzing ears, then the handling can also vary, depending on what is the cause. So as to make sure the cause needs to be cured direct examination and other investigations if needed for example hearing loss with audiometry, or with CT scan if damage to the ear structure is suspected.
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