Looking for remedy - Left ear fullness with pressure tinnitus and intermittent low frequency hearing lossHi,
I am a 31 year old female. Looking for proper remedy to help with Left ear fullness with pressure tinnitus and intermittent low frequency hearing loss. I have been to ENT who believe this is cochlear meniere's. I am already on low sodium diet however this does not seem to help as my symptoms continue to fluctuate.
Symptoms above started last october and lasted about 1 month. I was given high dose steroids which did help. I was symptom free until about 3 weeks ago. Left ear fullness, pressure, tinnitus and difficulty hearing returned. 7 days ago saw ent and they tested my hearing which showed low frequency hearing loss in left ear. Prescribed 60 mg steroids for 3 days, symptoms improved. They retested my hearing 2 days ago which showed my hearing had returned to baseline, fullness/pressure and tinnitus improved however remained somewhat. yesterday steroids were reduced to 40mg and now the pressure/fullness/tinnitus and difficulty hearing has returned.
Looking for help and guidance to choose homeopathy remedy.
pleasehelp1417 on 2019-01-19
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER.
Day 2 onwards
Chininum Sulph 30 FIVE DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER THREE TIMES A DAY
IN ADDITION CALC FLOUR 12X,FIVE TABS THREE TIMES A DAY.
FEEDBACK AFTER 4 DAYS.
♥ anuj srivastava 7 months ago
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