My left and right ears were sentenced by a doctor who had a hole due to an infection … the doctor said I had to operate if I wanted to recover completely … friend hy refine the buzz that I feel … I don’t want to be operated on how to let the noise not occur. but dry … what medicine or method so that my ears recover and do not interfere with hearing
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Tinnitus is a hearing loss in the form of a feeling of listening to sound without any stimulation of sound from outside. Tinnitus experienced can be like a buzzing sound, hissing, roaring, or various other variations of sound.
Some causes of the occurrence of tinnitus include:
1. Abnormalities of blood vessels in the arteries or veins in the inner ear
2. Muscle tissue abnormalities
3. Auditory nerve tumors found in the inner ear
4. Cochlear disorders due to trauma due to noise, trauma to the temples, Meniere’s disease, presbycusis, sudden nerve deafness
5. Consumption of drugs that are toxic to the ear nerve
6. Middle ear abnormalities for example due to infection
7. Ear wax, a foreign body in the external ear canal
Most tinnitus is associated with damage to the hearing system, although it can also be caused by other factors such as medication or damage to blood vessels. Severe tinnitus in adults can be accompanied by other accompanying disorders such as hearing loss, dizziness, middle ear infection, or mastoiditis.
Tinnitus that is clearly caused by a middle ear infection or otitis media will generally be reduced if the infection is handled properly. But if a recurring infection causes the formation of cholesteatoma (a benign mass in the ear that can damage the surrounding skull bones) then surgery should be done to prevent further damage to the surrounding organs. If you are not willing to do the surgery, the treatment is conservatively using drugs to treat the infection. If the infection is successfully treated completely, whether it is a surgical or conservative procedure, then complaints of tinnitus will also be reduced until it disappears.
Consult with an ENT specialist for other alternative therapy options that are appropriate for your medical indications.
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