Right Ear That Cannot Hear Since Migraine Pain?
Good evening, doctor. I want to ask about the condition of my right ear. My right ear can not function to listen as it should, this has happened to me since elementary school, and now I am a graduate student. I felt my right ear did not function during 3rd grade after experiencing a migraine on my right head, until I was treated at the local hospital for 1 week. During the migraine I experienced extreme headaches and fever. I did an examination to the ENT doctor a few months later after being treated for migraine, but the results were not optimal, I have also tried traditional medicine and there were no encouraging results. My question is, from the case that I experienced, was the problem caused by my problematic / damaged eardrum or because my condition was damaged? and how do I get my right ear back to normal? Thank you
Good evening Andi Eko, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
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To find out the problems that occur in your ear whether caused by damage to your eardrum, your ear nerves, both or other structures in the ear you need to do a few checks on your ear by using a variety of tools. But to determine which tests you need to do, you should consult with an ENT doctor first, to help identify in advance the possible location of damage to your ear so that it can make the examination possible that you might undergo. Can return to normal or not hearing your right ear at this time, all depends on the cause of the occurrence of damage, whether it can be repaired or not because of some damage to the ear structure such as the nerves that function for hearing function can cause permanent hearing loss. But there are a number of alternatives to help restore perfect hearing according to each cause.
For the time being, avoid being in loud places / listening for sounds too loud, use ear protection if you have to be in noisy places, make sure that no water gets into your right ear, and try to while maintaining the hearing function of your left ear which is still good. I hope this helps.