Most tinnitus that comes and goes does not require medical treatment. You may need to see your doctor if tinnitus occurs with other symptoms, does not get better or go away, or is in only one ear. There may not be a cure for tinnitus, but your doctor can help you learn how to live with the problem and make sure a more serious problem is not causing your symptoms.

Pulsatile Tinnitus Causes

Overview of pulsatile tinnitus symptoms, causes, and options for treatment. feel free to email or comment with any questions and I will respond as quickly as possible.

Balance Exercises For Meniere’s Disease

Coping with hearing loss and vestibular function loss can severely alter a person’s day to day life. In this Balance Exercises For Meniere’s Disease program, Dr. Duckert, who works with patients to treat a variety of conditions that affect hearing and balance, reviews Menieres Disease, its symptoms and treatment. He is joined by his patient Charles Brown who discusses his diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation work. Footage includes a tour of the clinic and vestibular evaluation labs.

Can Blood Pressure Medicine Cause Ringing Ears

What Blood Pressure Medicine can do for tinnitus may be limited, but consultation with a medical doctor is still the best starting place for getting tinnitus treatment. Not only can your physician take care of easily identifiable and treatable conditions, if necessary he or she can refer you to the proper specialist for further evaluation. Perhaps most importantly, traditional health care professionals can help to identify or rule out rare but dangerous underlying conditions. However, in the end, most cases of tinnitus (approximately 95%) cannot really be helped by conventional treatments, which for the most part only suppress tinnitus symptoms, without getting to the underlying causes.