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  1. Joselyn says:

    It is possible that ringing in the ears can be due to allergies. Speak to an audiologist if the ringing in your ears continues.

  2. Jasmine says:

    Yes, they can.Just like allergies causing phlegm to back up into those tubes, a cold can do the same. When you blow your nose hard, some of that phlegm can get pushed back into your system and up into those tubes.You can get a dropper and put a few drops of mineral oil into each ear. This will lubricate the ears and the tubes so hopefully the phlegm wont stick in there as bad. This is a common naturopathic practice to prevent kids form getting ear infections due to allergies and colds.Sudafed may or may not make it go away. If it halts phlegm production, then it might ease up the pressure and let the stuff backslide. But things like Sudafed are really just band-aids to the symptomes. Its best to just let it run its course, drink a ton of fluids (since that keeps the lymphatic system lubricated and the phlegm loose, making it easily discharged), and get a little movement, like walk around the block. The lymphatic system is all pressure-based…it has no pumping mechanism other than body movement…like breathing, moving your muscles, etc. So, if you sit or lay around with a cold all day, all that crap just stagnates in your body. You dont have to go run a marathon, but get a little move ment while youre sick. It should help.

  3. Kasey says:

    I took one pill of Cipro & developed a ringing in my in my ears stops? I only took one pill ears. How long until the ringing of Cipro and when it happened, I completely freake

    • Tonggie says:

      My ears have been ringing from a round of Cipro and Levaquin and have never stopped. These are not regular antibiotics they are chemotheraputic and have a BLACK BOX ,warning………. irreversible damge,
      I was not told this or was it on my pharmacy print out.

  4. Stacy says:

    Ringing in the ears or Tinnitus is very irritating. It can be caused by certain medications, stress, or having fluid built up in the ear. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_causes_ear_ringing

  5. Maragaret says:

    Some people think that ringing in your eyes is caused when other people are talking about you. However, doctors confirm that it could be caused by ear wax and the vibration of your ear muscles. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_causes_ringing_in_the_ears

  6. Marylouise says:

    Some causes other then age related to ringing in the ears would be possibly a B12 deficiency. Or you could have a neck injury that can cause this to happen as well as a problem with your thyroid. To find more information click here: http://… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_causes_ears_to_ring

  7. Devorah says:

    Allergies can cause swelling in the eustachian tubes which can result in ringing in the ears or tinnitus.

  8. Rubie says:

    Can Sinus Problems Cause Ringing in the Ears?. Sinus If the ringing is the result of allergies, taking an antihistamine on a daily basis will cure the issue. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/facts_5479682_can-problems-cause-ringing-ears.html

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