Tinnitus Ringing In Ears

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Tinnitus - ringing in ears

Please can somebody tell me if this blood thinner can cause tinnitus? A few doctors i've spoke to say it shouldn't but it's only been while i've been on this medication? Almost 3 months now. Hope someone can help x ## I am also experiencing constant ringing in my right ear since starting Xarelto six weeks ago for a PE. The nurse practitioners at the hospital clinic I am going to are downplaying the significance of this apparent side effect. But it is real, and only started once I began the medication. The sooner I get off this stuff, the better. Can't wait. ## Hello, Sarah and Steve! How are you both? I'm very sorry about the problem you're both having. No, tinnitus is not listed as possible side effect by the FDA. However, this medication does risk causing c... ...

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ringing in ears

I started takeing Remeron with Zoloft . I started with increased ringing in my ears so my doctor said to increase the remeron and the ringing got worse. I also have the strange sensation of moveing my head guickly like the guy who asked about any drug interaction of remeron and Nuvigil, Please somebody help? ## Hello, Don! How are you doing? Has anything improved, yet? It sounds like one or both may be causing some vertigo and tinnitus, the two often go hand in hand. Learn more Remeron details here. If it got worse, when you increased the Remeron, then that means it could be the culprit. Have you contacted your doctor, again? It must might not be the right medication for you. ## I have been taking Remeron for about 15 years and never noticed ringing in my ears until I started on pain me... ...

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Contrave / ringing in ears

Has anyone suffered from ringing in ears from Contrave? I'm going insane :(. but losing weight :) ## Hello, Jojo! How are you? Yes, tinnitus is among the possible side effects that are listed by the FDA. Other symptoms you may experience could possibly include nausea, dizziness, constipation, headache, upper abdominal pain, irritability, rash and muscle strains. How long have you been taking it? Most side effects are transient and will taper off in severity as your body gets used to the medication and will go away entirely after about 4 to 6 weeks. ## yes - please beware this was one of the most horrible experiences of my life...I started contrave - was on it for about a month and started experiencing ringing in my ears...it became so loud that I couldn't even hear...I immediate... ...

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Constant Ringing In My Ears

I have this constant ringing in my ear especially if I sit down. It comes and goes but more often than not the ringing is there.... ## There are many things that may cause tinnitus, such as medications, medical conditions, damage to the inner ear and etc. Learn more Tinnitus details here. Have you had any tests done to see what's causing it? ## I have never had it checked but will do so ASAP. Thank you! ...

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Metformin tinnitus/hearing loss

Doctor put me on Metformin, two days after I started experiencing severe stomach pain and tinnitus in one ear. Went to ER, told it was side effects of this drug. I stopped taking Metformin. The stomach pain stopped but I still after 7 days have the tinnitus in my ear. I have read several forums that talk about ringing in the ears while on this medication. I started taking B12 to see if that would help but nothing so far. Has anyone experienced hearing loss after or while taking Metformin? My doctor never told me of this side effect. I think it should be shown as a definite side effect of this drug. ## Hello, Bill! How are you? Yes, those can be side effects of this medication, however, they can also be side effects of uncontrolled diabetes and high blood pressure, as reported by the NIH... ...

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doe s remeron with zoloft create ringing in the ears to get worse

I was perscibed 30 mgs. of remeron and 200mgs. of zoloft. Then was told to increase the dose of remeron to 45mgs. the ringing in the ears got worse. It is a loud pierceing wine, ## Hello, Don! How are you doing? Sorry about the tinnitus. Has it eased up, at all, yet? It is difficult to say what might be causing it, it is often a side effect of medications, but could also be entirely unrelated. Have you consulted your doctor? When was the last time you had a hearing exam? ...

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Xarelto side effects. (tinnitus and more)

Hello to anyone interested. I have been taking Xarelto for 3 months. 20mg once a day for DVT and P.E's post knee replacement. Started searching for possible effects of the drug and have found that many people seem to have similar side effects to mine. First surprise was sudden nose bleeds. Was warned that I may get a rash or itches, and I certainly do. Bruising for no apparent reason also and increased back pain (although to be fair I do have severe spinal issues) but probably the most annoying thing is very loud ringing in my ears (tinnitus), more so in one side. I'm pretty sure that we are not just imagining this stuff folks, and for those professionals that downplay the tinnitus, it is no joke! It is making life quite difficult. Head aches (some quite severe) are also a probl... ...

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cipralex/escitalopram/lexapro = Tinnitus

Hello. I had to take escitalopram for my bipolar disorder. The ringing in my ears started right away. I only took 20mg total over the course of 4 days and stopped, been off it 3 days now and the ringing is still going strong. I am very afraid that this will be permanent. I never had ear problems before. ...

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Can Doxycycl Hyc Cause Ringing Of The Ear?

I have been taking doxycycl hyc 100mg for about 2 yrs now. I have also had ringing of the ear about that long. Just wondering if the doxycycl hyc could be the cause of my ringing of the ear? ## Hi Kim, According to Harvard Medical School, Doxycycline is one of many drugs that can cause or worsen tinnitus. Apparently it damages the nerve cells/hairs that send and receive signals to and from the brain. You can read more about that in the article linked below: health.harvard.edu/newsletters/Harvard_Womens_Health_Watch/2011/September/tinnitus-ringing-in-the-ears-and-what-to-do-about-it I hope this helps to answer your question! ...

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vertin 16 and vertigo

I was experiencing dizziness while rolling over in bed and subsequently took vertin-16. Now I have eye whirling, a ringing sound in my ears and pushing sensations while walking. Are there any remedies, please? ## Vertigo and tinnitus issues with mild SN hearing loss (sloping) in left ear ...

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L-montus tab.contains levocetizine Dihydrocholoride &Montelukas

I am geting some sounds frequently in the right ear. Dr.prescribed folloring medicines for the ear problem. L Montus tablets, Cognix Plus and Verteze-8. Kindly inform the useage & side effects. ## Levocetirizine is an antihistamine, side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and headache. Montelukast is used to treat asthma and allergies. The side effects are, therefore, very similar. Cognix Plus is commonly used to treat ringing in the ears and tinnitus. I cannot, however, find any more information on what it contains. I am also not finding anything listed under the name Verteze. Can you tell me what country these are from? That may help me narrow it down. ## I take L-Montus For Cold some times not regularly Please tell me its side effect ## my son was prescribed monte... ...

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Veramyst nasal

I have been using this spray for almost 2 mo. and have developed ringing in my ears(tinnitus) so I stopped it and went to an ear,nose &throat Dr. who told me to go on a low salt diet and resume the Veramyst. Haven't been able to find the tinnutis as a side effect of this drug so I am wondering if anyone else has had this problem with it ## yes, been taking for 1 week now (2 doses each nostril, 1xday) and I've just developed really bad tinnutis in both ears about 20mins after the last dosing. I've never had that before so I'm assuming it is a side-effect. ## Yes, I have had tinnitus for many years due to a bad fall skiing. It recently got much worse and I suspected the Veramyst which I stopped. When I started it again recently the ringing got worse. I'm really int... ...

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High blood pressure etc

Hi for over 8 month I have unbearable ringing in both ears.when I move to walk or get up I have terrible throbbing in both . And on the same time it started I have been suffering awful tinnitus.all since this happened all over my hands and fingers are numb.My readings are 160/90.i would forever be in your debt if you know someone similar with these symptom.please help me.:( ## Hello, Darcey! How are you feeling? These symptoms may be due to high blood pressure. What medication are you taking to treat it? Do you watch the amount of salt in your diet? Do you get lots of exercise? ...

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lipoflavonoid plus

for ringing in the ears ## i have been using the lipo-flavonoid plus for the pass 3-4 months. im still hearing ringing in my ears. i take 2 tablets twice a day. is this normal for the ringing to still be there?i hope that il will get better . but the results are still the same. can you please tell me what i need to do different or do i just need to be patient. please reply thanks ## Dear Kenneth, I too have tinnitus for 2 months now and have been taking the Lipo-Flavonoid Plus for 2 months (2 caplets 3 times a day) and still have the same loud ringing....I really feel for you, it really drives me crazy especially at night. My doctor says it should take about 6 months to notice any difference. I hope he is right. Our suffering of this ringing is horrible. We just have to be patient. Lots... ...

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lflav

im looking for info on a large capsule shaped pill that is a pinkish, orange. it either says L-FLAY or L-FLAV ## found it in my house ## Lipoflavonoid ## I use this pill 2 3x a day to control the ringing in my ears... Works for me but cost allot ## @concerned, I can confirm that the pill in question is indeed Lipo-flavenoid. Based on my research, Lipo-flavenoid is a proprietary, over-the-counter, nutrient formula created in 1961, by DSE Healthcare Solutions, which is claimed by the manufacturer to help combat tinnitus (sounds in the ears). It has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for this purpose. It is sold as a dietary supplement and is composed of eriodictyol glycoside (a bioflavonoid found naturally in the peel of lemons) and the following vitamins: vitamin B6 an... ...

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Lipoflavonoid side effects

Where can I find the side effects for lpflavonoids? ## Since this is a natural supplement, not a prescription medication, or considered a type of drug, the side effects are not really evaluated and listed anywhere. ## "Lipoflavonoid is an over-the-counter (OTC) supplement marketed for Meniere's disease with its symptoms of feeling ear fullness, dizziness, nausea and "ringing in the ears" called tinnitus. It is made up of vitamins B-1, 2, 3, 6 and 12 and other components found in B-complex vitamin supplements with the addition of 300 mg of lemon bioflavonoid complex, the active ingredient. The therapeutic effects of multivitamins like Lipoflavonoid is unproven, while possible allergic and other side effects are possible, according to the Mayo Clinic. Serious Side Effects ... ...

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Tinnitus

Continous buzzing,ringing in the ears. Started 6 years ago, 1 month after my wife of 43 years died .. ## My friend experiences extreme tinnitus while taking lexamil. Is this natural? Is there a replacement for Lexamil? ...

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