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 I have a splitting headache, the chills, and I just vomited. What's wrong with me?

 help I'm in pain?
ive really hurt my foot ive been to the hospital and they told me its not broken fair enough but does anyone know anything i can do to get rid of pain
my foot is badly bruised and swolen any ...

 I know I should go to the Doctor, but right now finances are low, can someone help me?
I have had a bad pain in my neck for about 5 years now. I am only 18, and can't figure out why I have this pain/ Im too young for this! lol
But, I have a terrible pain in my neck and ...

 I can't sleep because my toes are to cold! help me!?
My toes are too cold at night, need help to warm them up!...

 Have you ever been in excruciating pain before,...?
like the worst that can be felt being burned or scolded. I have, I felt so much pain I wanted to throw up but couldn't (it was for a short time, though). How did you experience it? Do you think ...

 will taking 8 extra strength tylenol hurt you?
i ask bc i just did that...and now i'm a little scared that something might happen 2 me......

 What is the worst physical feeling in your opinion?
I think nausea is. Nausea feels so awful. I'd rather feel pain....

 I found a lump in my neck, what could it be?
It's behind my ear on my neck, about two thirds down. It's about the size of a dime, it doesn't hurt. I've had a really sore throat, it hurts only to swallow, I've got ...

 My wife hit the side of her head & now getting very sluggish, do I left her go to bed, now?
Look before any ignorant mofo try to label me, no, I am not an abusive person.
I accently pushed my wife off the bed & she hit the side of her head pretty bad. I gave her 2 Tylenols & ...

 whats the best remedy for a headache?
i went to sleep about 6 pm to try to get it to go away but i woke up about 11pm and still had the headache. i thought it would help but it didnt. i also already took 2 advil.

any ideas?...

 What's the worst pain you've ever had?

 what time did you wake up this morning?

 do guys htink visible hip bones are attractive?
cuz i love my hipbones so much
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they aren't like anorexic visible, but ive just lost 10 lbs...and they look great on me......

 What do you think, please help this is urgent.?
I have been getting headache for these last couple of days. Pretty bad headaches. And i usually dont get a whole lot. Now i am and at first tylenol helped them but now it doesnt and i feel like ...

 Do you think you have a high pain threshold???
Could you give an example????...

 whats the quickest way to get rid of a headache without taking pills?

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need to know fast it feels like my head's about to ...

 My friend's had a pain in the neck ever since he got married, any ideas what could be the cause?

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XOUT, isn't that a condition, usually found in people before marriage?...

 Is it possibly to numb your taste buds so you could eat anything?
like something really sour or hot........

 i'm under so much stress?
i got tonnes of A level work to do and i can't keep up. i don't want to stress over it, but i don't know what to do.
PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!...

 Should i go see a doctor? or not? HELP?
I had tonsilitis last week, went to see my doctor on 1st October, had tablets til 6th october, then on 8th october i woke up with swollen tonsils again. i still have them now, but my throat doesnt ...

why do you get that ringing in your ear?
i know it's normal to get every once in a while, but i've been getting it like 4 times a day..:/ it's annoying. i've heard people say that when your ear rings, someone's talking about you...but i really don't think that's the case here....so anyone know? my vision has been getting a little blurry as well, but i know that's a side effect from my medication, could this ringing in the ear be a side effect as well? :/
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oh, and no i don't listen to loud music. i don't own an ipod, never have. i tried holding my nose and blowing, like trying to pop them, and when i did that, i heard the ringing noise again. i've been having constant head aches too. not migraines but head aches that won't go away, and the medication i'm on is not for my eyes it just does that to my vision.

Kay Bee
Your ear bud is bothred by something. Maybe a frequencey that you are unable to hear.

it's the phone answer it....lol..jk...inner ear in fection

The ringing is your ears octaves losing a note. When that ringing occurs, you are hearing the diminishing last seconds of an octave or note, you will never hear again.

Not that tradgic, if you think of music mathematically, it's infinite. However, keep in mind the human ear has limited hearing compared to a lot of animals, and you should take care now to save yourself hearing loss later.

Sierra Mist, Baby!

I have no idea but I get that sometimes in school when the teacher is talking lol

Either the tv is on in the other room n you can hear that annoying buzzing/ringing high pitch sound


it's just your ear releasing pressure

i searched it on google and it said that your hearing chirping buzzing beating or any other noise near you. idk if its true but i think it is cause im usually near something that makes noise

It's from listening to too loud noises for too long. it makes ur hearing go bad...

If that were true, my ear would ring alot more. And yeah, its normal. That happens to me when I get so involved in something and I dont hear anything going on around me.

It could be that anoying mosquito ringtone also.

when u are constantly exposed to loud noises

It could very well be as side effect. Google your prescription to see if it is and if it's really annoying call your doc and have him switch you to something else.

Taste of Sin♥
Ha, just today I got the ringing in my ear too. It makes me wonder why that happens too.

It is probably a side effect, you should read the label and see if the symptoms you are having are listed.If not seek professional help. I've heard that ringing ears can be a symptom of high blood pressure. How old are you?

It is called tinnitus. It happens when a loud noise, series of loud noises, or a build up of wax bend the hairs inside of your ear over. This registers as a high pitched ringing. some tablet form medicine causes tinnitus. ask your doctor about your medication

Charlotte G
This happened to me like 12+ times a day, so I went to an ear doctor.

He told me it could be eating habits. So, I changed my eating habits and viola! No more ringing in the ears.

Ringing in the ear is known as tinnitus.

Head noises such as ringing, perceived when there is no external source, are collectively known as tinnitus. The sounds you may hear range from ringing to buzzing, chirping, beating, humming, and roaring. But you are not alone. The American Tinnitus Association (ATA) estimates that nearly 50 million Americans have experienced tinnitus in one form or another. While many people only hear these noises sporadically and for a short period of time, tinnitus can be a more constant and even debilitating problem for some.

In order to understand the most common way in which tinnitus occurs, we must venture inside the ear. Sounds in the air cause pressure waves to vibrate your ear drum when they reach your ears. This motion is translated into pressure changes in the fluid behind the ear drum, and deep in the ear canal, tiny structures called stereocilia bend and tilt in response. These stereocilia are attached to hair cells (no relation to the hair on your head—these particular hair cells are sensory cells named for their fuzzy appearance). In reaction to the swaying stereocilia, the hair cells depolarize and release a neurotransmitter. Your brain finally receives this input from your ears by way of the auditory nerve and interprets these signals as sound.

But when stereocilia are damaged, for example if they’ve been bent out of shape by repeated exposure to loud sounds like gunfire or heavy construction, then this process doesn’t work as it should. The damaged stereocilia mistakenly tell your brain that you hear a sound even when there is actually none. Because stereocilia are not indestructible, they can remain damaged or even be permanently destroyed by these events.

Yet tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease, and it can be caused by many other triggers. Your mom was right, clean those dirty ears! Some people produce more ear wax than others and that waxy build-up can actually plug your ear canal and cause tinnitus. Certain medications that are toxic to the ear can also cause tinnitus, as can ear or sinus infections, head or neck injury, certain types of tumors, and vascular problems such as hypertension. The reasons behind some of these connections to tinnitus are not yet known—researchers are still investigating.

Jay S
if you listen to your music loud or something loud going through. And yes it is very likely that it is a side affect there are so many for medications.

theres this thing my mom use to have that made her hear ringing. but it could be gay kids with that stupic wasp ring tone that adults cant hear. that ring tone is so anoying

Only Mama Knows
Its called Tinnitus and sometimes medication can cause it. Check the label of your medication and see if its listed as a side effect. I have it too but in my left ear only and its constant and very annoying.

Mine is permanent and there's nothing I can do but try and block it out and not think about it. Maybe if yours is caused by your medication you might be able to get rid of it. Tell your doctor whats going on and see what he says. He might recommend you take a hearing test.

Good luck!

loud noises like listening to music to loud has after affects

Jeffrey W
listen to mp3?
play video games to loud

You have been listening to your ipod too loud. When you get that ringing in your ear, it's your ear telling you STOP PLEASE!!!! YOU ARE KILLING US!!

Together with other abnormal ear noises, ear ringing is medically called tinnitus. Buzzing, roaring, and pulsitile sounds are sometimes perceived when no sound is present in persons with tinnitus.

Tinnitus can arise in any of the four sections of the ear: the outer ear, the middle ear, the inner ear, and the brain. Tinnitus is often accompanied by hearing loss. For a description of the anatomy of the ear, see MedicineNet.com's The Anatomy of Hearing and Balance article.

Causes of Ringing in Ears

Eustachian Tube Problems

Meniere's Disease

Other Causes of Ringing in Ears

Ear infection

Fluid in the ears

Medications (both Prescription and Non-prescription, notably aspirin and other nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)

Aging (Presbycusis)

Ear trauma (such as from the noise of planes, firearms, or loud music)

Rarely, aneurysm or an acoustic neuroma (a benign tumor on the acoustic nerve).

Steve J
its normal i had that happen to me like all the time. It will go away after awhile.

you get the ringing in your ear from listening to something loud hold your breath and try to blow out your ears or head ackes and wrestling

Its medical name is Tinnitus, it rings because of a change of blood pressure in your inner ear. Causes for constant ringing include ear infections, foreign objects or wax in the ear, nose allergies and injury from loud noises. Everyone will get them one and off throughout there lives, but its much more common in older people.

I have ringing in my ear a lot to and that is caused by my anemia. My mom gets it due to her blood pressure so youmight wanna ask your Dr to chk that out for you.

Most common cause is Tinnitus. Yes, it's possible that your meds for your eyes can effect your ears. Call your doctor to confirm.

Sig D (back up)
hmm, possibly, do you listen to music loudly, tinnitus is when you have constant ringing/noise in your ears but since it is not constant i do not think that it is that, i think you should speak to your doctor


If you are already experiencing blurring vision due to your medication, then yes the ringing of your ears may also be caused by this same thing. You may also have what is called Tenitis (sp?). My 18 year old son experiences constant ringing, headaches and vision problems also. This can be intensified by stress and lack of proper nutrition. Visit an Ear Nose Throat Doctor and they will probably due a hearing test and will be able to pin point where this is coming from. As my son can attest to, this condition is SO frustrating - but there are several ways to minimize the affects :)

Hope this helps; take care.

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