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Sudden hearing loss in left ear. Help!


My situation goes like this:

One day i woke up and was greeted by an unwelcome light, ringing noise in my ear. The noise occasionally pulsated higher and lower but i could still hear out of my ear, but the sound was tinny and slightly garbled. My balance was all over the place, i had constant nauseau and felt very dizzy (vertigo i guess). I was given pills to stop the vertigo (betahistine - which helped the dizzyness but not the hearing) At this time i was waiting to be refered to the hospital. I gradually could hear less and less over a period of weeks and then my hearing fully went, just replaced by a much loud form of electrical/white noise. Overall it took 8 weeks to see a specialist (the NHS in the U.K is terrible by the way). By this point there was nothing the doc could do apart from saying the nerve or electrical impulse to that ear was dead, or something to that effect. I don't know how he knew this because i only had a quick hearing test and NOTHING else. Can anyone recommend anything at all? This is causing me alot of distress, my right ear has compensated for my hearing but the *constant* loud ringing noise is very, very annoying. Any help would be so very welcome. Thanks to anyone in advance for their kindness and understaning.
  Alex05 on 2005-07-18
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From the way that you have described it as sudden & the vertigo +the fact that it seems to be cotinuous now, Belladonna seems to be a good choice of remedy. Consider taking 1 dose of 200c . Follow it up with Chin -Sulph 30 as it is very good for tinnitus. I think recently Joe had written about Chin-S in one of his posts. Please read it up also.
willway last decade
Firstly thanks for your reply.

To clarify, i have almost resigned myself to the fact i may never hear again in my left ear but i would love to reduce the sound of the roaring electrical noise as it is extremely frustrating. Will Belladonna and 'Chin -Sulph 30' help this? Are they any side effects to taking these especially in the the large dose of 200c that you've recommended?

Thanks, Alex.
Alex05 last decade
Bell 200 isn't too large a dose at all.
Minsa last decade
A single dose of Bell should not have any side effects. As Minsa suggested it is not a large dose.
willway last decade
Thanks, i didn't have a clue if that was alot or not. I've tried looking to buy some belladonna, the highest potencty i can find is 30c per tablet. Does this mean i have to have seven of those tablets in one go or can anyone reccomend somewhere where i can buy this in a larger dose?

Thanks. Alex.
Alex05 last decade
If you are able to get Bell in 30 c take 3 pills once a day for 3 days & ofcourse follow it up with Chin-S. Keep us posted
willway last decade
The 'Chin - S (30)' is chininum sulphuricum right? And by 30 do you mean 30c? if so i can buy it in 7, 25, 50 and 100g. What would you recommend?

Thanks willway.

Alex05 last decade
Yes you are right it is Chininum sulph & 30c. Better to buy 25g.
willway last decade
I'm not sure my case is similar to yours, but I finally found a cure - so I'm sharing in the hopes it will help you (or possibly someone else).

In 2006 I suffered a 60db single-sided sudden sensorineural hearing loss, followed later by vertigo attacks and a diagnosis of Meniere’s Disease. I have since made a *full* recovery after suffering for 3 years. In my case these symptoms were the result a food allergy (which I have also recovered from).

I created a web site to document my own experience since it appears most ENTs have little idea about simple allergies (e.g. food, environmental) as one possible cause of significant & sudden hearing loss. [I can't post the URL on this site directly, but my user profile has it]

It includes scans of my hearing tests & allergy results.

( the House Ear Clinic - is an example of a medical practice that acknowledges the connection between allergies and hearing disorders. )

Good Luck & I hope you are well by now too!
jhorowi1 last decade

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