The Ears Feel Hot And Buzzing?
My ears are hot, buzzing.
Thank you for the question.
Ear that feels hot and buzzing indeed one of them can be caused by inflammation and hearing loss that is triggered by hardening of earwax (cerumen). This condition usually occurs in people who like to pry excessive ears, or people with certain anatomical ear anomalies that make earwax more prone to accumulate and harden. Not only is it hot and buzzing, hardening of the ear can also make your hearing decrease, the ear canal swell, abnormal fluid comes out of the ear, the ear feels itchy and full, or there is also a sense of smell, even taste.
It could also, heat and buzzing in your ear due to other factors, such as otitis externa (inflammation of the external ear), foreign body entry, ear damage due to the influence of ototoxic drugs, otitis media (inflammation of the external ear), Meniere's disease, otosclerosis, pharyngitis, sinusitis tumors around the ear and so on.
Indeed, not always your condition can be treated with one visit. In the case of hardened earwax, for example, often, doctors need to give certain substances first to thin the hardened earwax, then remove or suck it with a special tool. In other cases, it may also be necessary to administer some drugs, such as anti-inflammatory or antibiotics, in order to minimize inflammation in the ear, so that the ear can be evaluated more clearly the inside area. Without checking you directly, it is certainly not right if we judge whether the treatment that the doctor gave you is correct or not.
Our advice, if you feel there is no significant improvement in your complaint despite having handled the doctor optimally, do not hesitate to ask for a second opinion from your doctor or other ENT doctor. doctor before, but can also be different.
In the meantime, to improve your complaint, here are our suggestions:
Only live the treatment as the doctor suggested, do not carelessly added or replaced with other drugs
Keep your ears dry and don't get in by foreign objects
Live a healthy lifestyle
Don't listen to noise, including when using hands-free
Do not pry ears with any instrument
Hope this helps ...