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    jessica008 posted:
    for a month now i have been having a lot of troubles with my ears. they keep on vibrating to loud sounds. it is my left ear mostly. i went to a doctor and he said it was ear wax. anyhow he got it out but still they were vibrating. everytime i swallow or chew food they click. and also vibrate when i shout or talk loudly or if someone is talking or shouting around me. i am finding this very annoying. at first i was afraid to tell my parents in case they take me to a doctor and say this is permanent or it cant be fixed. when i went to the doctor for the second time they gave me two lots of medication "nexium" and "alphamox" and neither of those medications helped. i may even go to an ear specialist or something and see what they say. but what exactly is going on here with my ears???
    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    I am sorry, Jessica, but I can't blindly diagnose you over the Internet. You will need to see that ENT. This is really the only way to get to the bottom of his issue with your ears.
    jessica008 replied to Rod Moser, PA, PhD's response:
    okay thankyou dr.mosser and i shall see the ENT

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