There are so many RNs in the US these days that probably every adult knows at least one. Not sure why you'd want to talk to whatever a junior doctor is on 4chan when you can speak to a CCU RN in real life.
>>16836005 Mostly I'd be curious as if knowing if he/she wanted to give advices or thought of discussing about it or felt sad and wanted to give advice to others, and so on. It's not the first time I see this happening.
>>16836004 I presume you're relatively young. If you're fat, lose weight. If you smoke, stop. If you binge drink, stop. Then try and isolate dietary triggers and use gaviscon as symptom control. Failing that try ranitidine. Failing that go to your doctor and ask for omeprazole/lansoprazole/esomeprazole.
>>16836235 I have had ringing in my ears the last two months since going to a particularly loud club. Normally I don't go to clubs and have only done so once or twice where, in my own country, the volume is loud but not to the point my ears pop.
Since that trip I've tried to avoid it but have been to a club once more since I came back. The ringing has persistent but seems to be fluctuating slightly from low, barely audible pitch to medium pitch but the high pitch ringing occurs rarely.
Is this likely to me permanent or is there a chance this may go long term?
>>16836297 I have actually been to my GP who informed me to return in 4-5 weeks if it had not subsided (this was after a first visit where the other GP told me to come back only if my hearing worsened).
My concern is the cost of the Audiologist. Why should I be worried about abnormalities in my face and neck?
So something like half a year ago I went to a metal gig. I ended up being stuck closer to a speaker than I'd have liked, and I've had this weird sensation in my ear since. Almost like that sensation you get from changes in pressure when you fly or drive up a mountain.
Could a doctor realistically do anything about this or do I just need to deal with it?
>>16836339 Similar advice to the other guy really. But more importantly here would be to have someone look inside your ear to make sure you don't have a wax impaction or effusion behind the ear drum. If so, it's pretty easily treated.
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