Concussion and pressure in ears

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If you develop nausea, vomiting, excess sleep, severe headache, difficulty in walking and balance, tremors, seizures, vision problems, ringing in ears etc then consult a doctor immediately. These symptoms develop if there is a brain injury or bleed. Otherwise this pressure will go in a few days. However, it is important to get a medical evaluation. So please consult your doctor once. Take care!
I fell backwards 1 month ago,suffered a concussion, and have lost my sense of taste and smell. I have learned that this is caused by nerve damage. I am also lightheaded and my ears are somewhat plugged(ear pressure). I was wondering how long a nerve takes to heal itself, or does it? Is the dizziness a result of the injury or a seperate issue?
I have very bad pressure behind my eyes and back of head and my ears crackle and really hurt and this has been consistent for 5 months. I was put through an MRI in July and nothing showed except a small cyst on my brain in which my doctor felt is not a problem. I have been on 10 mgs of Cipralex for about 60 days. There are days when I still have bad anxiety but not to the extreme that I had before the drug. When i phone my doctor I don't think he knows what to do with me.
the headaches went away for about 2 months then i was rushed to emergency with dizziness and light headedness,and blood pressure 188/89 after ct scans and other tests they could find nothing wrong.i was rushed to hospital 2 weeks after that with same symptoms plus my whole body was shaking.now i have been diagnosed with post concussion syndrome.is it possible for this to happen and how long will it last.
I think you are on the right track with an easily digestible protein and a complex carb. with brain pressure from the swelling and subsequent headache it is very common to loose all appetite. So what every liquids you can get in him, plus the protein/carb gruel is right on. if he is going to improve, then the appetite will also improve slowly. As for amount my answer is what ever you can get down him.
) I have migraines and hypersensitive nervous system because of my PCS and my concussion was in 2003. My sisters was in 1993. One thing that has helps me is staying away from certain foods such as gluten (wheat, rye, barley), dairy, nitrates/nitrites (processed meats), msg (now call unami), high fructose corn syrup (now called corn sugar) any artificial sweetener, and certain nuts. For increasing concentration levels my sister played games such as rush hour, by binary arts.
Was getting the odd headache since then but didn’t think much of it until around the beginning of October when I was working (On computer a lot) and suddenly got blurred vision and strange visual disturbances which lasted about 2mins then since then the headaches worsened off and on usually with a dull aching pressure pain around the point where I banged my head on the fireplace kind of like something throbbing and a ringing pressure in my ears.
I am still experiencing disturbed sleep,head ache/pain, ears ringing, left sinus plugs at night and burns during the day and occasional nausea.The MRI and CT scan both show nothing. I find this strange and a bit frustrating. This leaves an open arena for misdiagnosis. Aren't there any tests that show clinical proof of injury in this day and age of advanced technology? Is it possible for a radilogist to miss something?
I had fallen and gotten a concussion in July,. (hitting the front of my head and also the back of my head when I fell). I went to my Dr. 4 days later due to the pressure and pain in my head shea dignosed I have Post Concussion Syndrome. I had a ct scan and it came back clear. I now have continious pressure in my eyes and in my nasal area. My Dr. did nto prescribe or recommend anything. I had taken an over the counter medication and it eased the pressure its back with a vengence..
I have suffered with this same problem for over 10 years. Pressure & pain in my head and neck....muscle spasms in my shoulders and pain in my right arm. Many, many migraines also. I saw many doctors and got no diagnosis or relief. The last three months got pretty unbearable so I went back to my doctor, who sent me for an MRI. I have been told that I have significant arthritis in my neck and that there is also now a disk protrusion pushing against my spinal cord.
00PM and since then I have been getting increasing pressure in my ears and the top of my head. I have had a headach I cannot kick. And I feel like my hearing is gone to the birds. Everything sounds like I am in a tunnel. Should I get this checked Out?
the dr said it was just a wax buildup, and she cleaned out my ears. i woke up this morning w/ the same intense ear pressure/pain and it only grew worse throughout the day. any suggestions?
She immediately knew what i had and told me i had a severe Vata imbalance, which often ends up in the head and ears, and if you have damage, an injury, or a historic weakness in the ENT area, it will end up there.
I completely believe that a change in air pressure from flying and even every day weather changes affects me. Sunny high pressure days were the worst. Now, however I have started CranioSacral Therapy and wish I had treatments months ago. I do believe these treatments are making a difference.
I get the pressure behind the ears and ringing, and the left side of my nose is always blocked, in fact i wake up every morning with a blocked nose and sometimes blood is there when i blow it. Im finding it hard to sleep at the moment as i just cant relax, chest always feels tight when the lightheadedness is there. Can anyone relate to this?
These symptoms develop if there is a brain injury or bleed. Otherwise this pain and pressure will go in a few days. You can also take a mild pain killer for this. If you live alone, ask someone to sleep over. I sincerely hope you will find this information useful in your journey towards better health. Hope you feel better soon! Good Luck and take care!
She is having alot of problems with memory issues, hearing, her eye has been affected, etc. I brought her to the ENT and he did a pressure test on her and both ears were -100. I could not get the doctor to explain it to me. I need answers. She talks real loud in addition to everything else. My husband and I want the best care for her but need to be directed in the right path. Why would the pressure be -100. The doctor said that the normal is between 30 -40. Thank you.
My 23 year old son has chronic pressure in the back of his head and front of his forehead. This has been going on for at least 2 years. In February 2011 he was playing basketball and got hit in the head quite hard with someone's elbow. Since that time, he also has ringing in his ears and minor blurred vision. Our primary care physician said it was from a minor concussion that he probably received when hit in the head and could take months to go away.
She is having alot of problems with memory issues, hearing, her eye has been affected, etc. I brought her to the ENT and he did a pressure test on her and both ears were -100. I could not get the doctor to explain it to me. I need answers. She talks real loud in addition to everything else. My husband and I want the best care for her but need to be directed in the right path. Why would the pressure be -100. The doctor said that the normal is between 30 -40. Thank you.
She is having alot of problems with memory issues, hearing, her eye has been affected, etc. I brought her to the ENT and he did a pressure test on her and both ears were -100. I could not get the doctor to explain it to me. I need answers. She talks real loud in addition to everything else. My husband and I want the best care for her but need to be directed in the right path. Why would the pressure be -100. The doctor said that the normal is between 30 -40. Thank you.
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Starting Saturday I was experiencing tingling sensations at the top of my head and today I have noticed if I am up and moving around too much I have discomfort and pain at the back of my head and directly behind my ears. It almost feels like pressure from a sinus headache or like my ears want to "pop". If I lay down and rest for a while it goes away.
I told him that when I lie down on my stomach and lift my head I get this pressure and pain and my hearing goes, he checked my throat, my ears and pushed his fingers under my eyes and told me I was fine. I just think that I have done some nerve damage or something, and find it more frustrating than anything that I still suffer with it! Thanks for replying!
I have severe sinus pressure around my eyes, in my face, around my ears and especially in the back of my head and neck. Sometimes it gets so tight that I just can't take it. About 3 or 4 years ago it got to the point were I was coughing up blood every morning in the shower. I went to my doctor who sent me to a ENT and he did a throat culture. He determined I had chronic sinusitis (CT Scan) as well as some sort of staph infection.
The vertigo increased dramatically after a fall with concussion and period of memory loss 3 1/2 years ago. My neurologist tested and says I have damaged the left inner ear so I have exercises to help the ears work together but the swooshing sound and nausea have been horrible this week. I liken the sound to a car passing an open window and it happens when I turn my head or my eyes. I also sustained vertibral damage in the fall and have a home traction unit that helps some with the vertigo.
I've been noticing lately that my sinus pressure and dizziness appears worse with the changes in the temperature and weather. But then sometimes it appears for no obvious reason. When I had my Balance test, the all of the symtoms disappeared for over a month. Finding this forum has made me feel that I am not alone in this mystery, if I come across anything that helps I will definitely post it.
My symptoms also include headaches and pressure on top of my head and in my jaw, lack of concentration and ringing in the ears. However, my husband has primarily the tingling in the hands and feet. We are detoxing and the symptoms are improving. At first we thought it was just mercury poisoning from eating fish. However, consider that metals like lead, aluminum etc. could be a part as well.
She is having alot of problems with memory issues, hearing, her eye has been affected, etc. I brought her to the ENT and he did a pressure test on her and both ears were -100. I could not get the doctor to explain it to me. I need answers. She talks real loud in addition to everything else. My husband and I want the best care for her but need to be directed in the right path. Why would the pressure be -100. The doctor said that the normal is between 30 -40. Thank you.
Can you tell me if the way his brain is taking in the information from one constricted pupil and one blown pupil could be causing headaches and making him feel out of sorts? Alternatively, could it be because his pupil is continuing to "try" to constrict? Also, how long does it typically take (if there is such a thing as "typical") to recover from post concussion syndrome? Recent MRI shows no bleeding/bruising. Any info you could give me would be helpful.
Docs inspection and diagnosis needed there. The head vibrating, ringing in the ears, pressure behind your ears triggered by sneezing, blotchy vision and also caused by other pressure on your head would seem to be all related to me. And not related to depression at all. Any head injuries? Concussion? The rest of what you describe is certainly standard depressive symptoms stuff.
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