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  • Amocillin now Tinnitus will it go away or is it here for good

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  • Ask ENT about the Epley

    Ask ENT about the Epley maneuver. I was told we have little crystals in our inner ear and when these move into the wrong places in the ear it can cause dizziness and ringing in ear. They move your head certain ways and it makes the crystals fall back in place

    2 months 3 weeks ago

  • Hi thanks forgot to mention I

    Hi thanks forgot to mention I had mild tinnitus in the ear anyway which I managed for 24 yrs till I got the infection... now it's louder and in both ears so distressing and annoying am now on antidepressants and diazepam to get me through my anxiety can't sleep at night have young family and job am hoping I can block it again but not looking to good I see an ENT specialist soon so hoping for some hope or help to mask it

    2 months 3 weeks ago

  • First reaction I had to

    First reaction I had to Amoxicillin brought on tinnitus, vertigo and a rash which cleared up when I stopped taking it. When I was incorrectly prescribed it again, 4 years later, within an hour after taking 1 pill the tinnitus was extreme. Didn't take any more pills but within a few days I had lost virtually all hearing in the affected ear as well as balance. Diagnosed with SSHL. Over a year later tinnitus is still there, virtually no hearing in affected ear and I'm still struggling to get through a day without sleeping due to the effort required to balance and cope with everything else. Oh and it seems I just increased my chances of dementia by 9% ! Wish I could turn the clock back. My advice....don't take any more....if you really need to be on antibiotics, and a lot of the time you don't, go back to you doctor and request an alternative.

    2 months 3 weeks ago

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