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buzzing ears Help!!

I need some advice please help

I have had labyrynthitis in the past and as I posted earlier I was managing to keep it under control.
BUT now I have continual buzzing as if ears are bunged up but they are not, nothing seems to be working,I have some stress at the moment but want to be well this weekend and Little Granson is going to be visiting,am so worried that I will lose my balance again.
Please help with adviice if you can.
Drizzle
 
  drizzle on 2005-11-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You are hearing the normal noises of the body that we learn to ignore when a baby.

2 things may help

Lycopdium 30 -- 3 doses at 24 hr intervals and STOP.

Cotton wool soaked in Glycerine put in the ear on going to bed and remove in the morning.
 
walkin last decade
Thank you "Walkin"

I really appreciate your reply and will certainly try
Lycopodium as I have some in my basic Kit and will stop after 24hrs.
I will try to get some Glycerine but daughter is visiting hopefully today with little grandson and she has tried to persuade me to have Hopi Candles but I am so afraid of losing my balance again after labrythitis.
Do you think thay would help?
 
drizzle last decade
Try to keep your daughter happy by accepting the candles without actually using them

3 doses -EACH with 24 hr intervals.
 
walkin last decade

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