Tinnitus (noise and ringing in the ears) - Neurology

Qauestion:: Hello, I have noise and ringing in my ears for 3 months. What can be cause of it and how can I treat it. Thank you in advance.

Our patients often address us with the same question. Our answer is the same as in previous cases – tinnitus can be caused by various factors, for example:

  • Ear inflammation;
  • Sulfuric obstruction;
  • Foreign object in the auditory canal;
  • Damaged acoustic nerve;
  • Age-related changes;
  • Besides the mentioned, the causes of tinnitus might be:
  • Head trauma;
  • Cerebral vessel atherosclerosis;
  • Osteochondrosis of cervical spine;
  • Cerebral circulation disturbance;
  • Arterial hypertension;
  • Atherosclerosis;
  • Heart failure;
  • Particular drugs;
  • Osteochondrosis;
  • Stress;
  • Neurosis.

Treatment depends on the underlying factor and that’s why before it starts, the cause of tinnitus has to be established, which is impossible on a remote basis. We advise to seek your doctor and visit our clinic for consultation with a neurologist to hear an alternative opinion. Doctor will review your medical history and if your symptomatic will not be neurosis-related, we can refer you to other specialist (oto-rhino-laryngologist) for consultation.
If necessary, we can offer a Doppler of cerebral vessels with a discount, read more at       https://kirurgia.ge/article/31356/tavis-tvinis-magistraluri-siskhldzarghvebis-gamokvleva-da-nevrologis-konsultacia-50-larad--

For any other additional information, contact us at 577 119 119 or 2 02 25 25.
Thank you for trusting our clinic, wish you health!

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