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Deafness in the right Ear.

Dear Doctors and practitioners of this forum, please help me.

I am suffering from deafness of the right ear. I have consulted an ENT Doctor regarding this. He says it is due to nervous weakness.

Can somebody tell me as Kuldeep says Tellurium 30 is enough or do you people suggest any other medicine.

I can hear noises very mildly in the right ear but not as clear as I hear it in my left ear. I cannot hear anything in my rightear for example if I hold the mobile to my right ear I cannot respond to people but I can hear low noise of music in it.

I am in a fix
 
  ganesh2280 on 2007-07-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
u should try kali mur 6x for one week..
 
fahadkhaan last decade
Can you identify any of the following problem in the ear where there is deafness?:-


1. Ear, pain, noises, from, in the deaf ear


2. Ear, pain, stitching, in, deaf ear,

3. Ear, sensibility, in deaf ear (painful)
 
Rajendra last decade
Also fill it:

1. Describe the complaint in your own words--including whether it came on suddenly or gradually.

2. Etiology--meaning, what caused it, if you know. What was going on at, or around, the time of the occurrence?

3. Sensation--describe the pain or other feeling. Does it extend anywhere, does it shoot anywhere? For instance, 'It feels like there's a crumb in my throat, I'm constantly trying to swallow. The pain shoots to my left ear.'

4. Appearance--what does the person, or the part that's bothering the person, look like; anything remarkable? Red skin, droopy eyes, etc.?

5. Location--where on the body?

6. Modalities--what makes the complaint better or worse? Consider: heat or cold, bathing, warm rooms, fresh air, drafts, motion, time of day when person gets worse, what position is best/worse, stimuli--conversation, noise, light, touch, pressure, massage, music, company, consolation, etc.

7. Concomitants (additional symptoms that came with the main complaint)--for instance, complaint + crying; complaint + excessive salivation; complaint + chills, etc.

8. Discharges--color, odor, consistency. (A discharge is anything liquid that's coming out, oozing out, etc. So, for instance, runny nose, diarrhea, lacrymation and so on.)

9. Generals--these are all the 'I' symptoms: I'm hot, I'm cold, I'm thirsty, I'm tired, I'm sad, I'm irritable, I'm hungry, I want pickles, etc.

10. The mentals: Have the mentals changed from normal, in what way? What's different mentally and emotionally?

11. What does the person say? For instance: 'I'm fine, leave me alone.' 'Don't leave!' 'I wanna go home!' 'I want ice', etc.

12. Thirst--is the person thirsty, not thirsty, what temperature drinks, what kind of drinks, does he only want sips, or gulps, does he drink a little bit frequently or a lot infrequently, and so on.

13. Fever?

14. Sweating?

15. Odors? Are odors an issue, such as bad breath, foul odors of any sort?

16. What is most striking about the condition? What is most peculiar--for instance, the person can't lie still, the person is cold but heat and blankets aggravate; the person has burning pains but is better for hot drinks like tea.

17. Is there a diagnosis? For instance, flu, teething, etc.

18. Describe the patient's energy--is he quiet, restless, agitated, sleepy, prostrated, collapsed, stuporous, anguished, desperate, etc.

Courtesy : Snoopy
 
Astra2012 last decade

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