On 7th March after attending a party in India I got tinnitus in Right ear, went to a ENT over there, who prescribed me 2 medicines, after flying back to U.S. I gt my tinnitus resolved felt lucky. Than on 15th March I got to know that I have H-Pylori infection was on antibiotics like Clarithromycin, Amoxixillin and Prilosec for 14 days. In between the treatment one day I was wearing the headphone and got the tinnitusin Right ear again, but at that time there was no Popping in ear but than one day when I woke up I felt that my ears where completely blocked and somehow I manage to unblock it. I visited 2 ENT's they did Air Pressure test which came to Normal and Hearing test was good in Right ear but was not good for Left ear. I am just wondering what is the primary cause, as ENT told that I don't have a ETD. The tinnitus is only when I am in silent places and specially when I wake up in Morning. According to ENT I might have allergy, but I am confused whether its due to: 1. Loud Noise. 2. Antibiotics 3. TNJ (I did root canal as well) 4. Sinus (I have cough and cold) 5. AllergyView Thread
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