What kind of treatment can be administered for the ringing in the ears?
Are you sure it's the ears and not 'inner sound.' There is a difference which for many is confusing. If it is tinnitus then google it for treatment or seek advice from your medical practitioner.
Aspirin causes tinnitus, or the ringing in the ears. If you're taking aspirin, talk with your health care provider about alternate medications. Also, avoid very loud sounds, as this may prevent ear discomfort.
Hi Anjili, well you have posed a question that I am not familiar with and am certainly not a medical doctor...But I was able to ask myself a simple question as with any health problem we would experience, "like first of all what is it that would cause the health issue that is in question? My suggestion to you would be to google it, that's what I did concerning your question. Also, reading sites to educate yourself on different alternatives regarding treatment, but for sure my recommendation would be to make an appointment with your medical doctor and share your thought's and questions regarding different types of treatment's you have educated yourself on and that you may want to represent to your doctor and from there receive his professional advice and suggestions. Thanks for your question, Monica
Ringing in the ears is " tinnitus" and is usually caused by loud noises, taking aspirin, smoking or drinking alcohol to excess... or even an ear infection.
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