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Allergy FAQs
...Hearing loss, dizziness, headaches, weeping ear canals, and chronic sore throats may be due to allergy...

Medical Services
...Examples: ear infection; swimmer's ear; hearing loss; ear, face or neck pain; dizziness and or dysequalibrium; ringing in the ears (tinnitus)...

Audiology Services
... Vestibular (balance) system problems that demonstrate symptoms of dizziness or disequalibrium Evaluation can include:  Electrocochleography - computerized inner ear evaluation to diagnosis Meniere's disease...

Cholesteatoma
...Hearing loss, dizziness, and facial muscle paralysis are rare, but can result from continued cholesteatoma growth...

Earwax
...Common solutions used for syringing include water and saline, which should be warmed to body temperature to prevent dizziness...

Buying a Hearing Aid: Answers to common questions
...If you have ear pain, drainage, excess earwax, hearing loss in only one ear, sudden or rapidly progressive hearing loss, or dizziness, it is especially important that you see an otolaryngologist, as these may be symptoms indicating a serious medical problem...

What You Should Know About Otosclerosis
...Other symptoms of the disorder can include dizziness, balance problems, or a sensation of ringing, roaring, buzzing, or hissing in the ears or head known as tinnitus...

Dizziness and Motion Sickness
...Dizziness is treatable, but it is important for your doctor to help you determine the cause so that the correct treatment is implemented...

Fall Prevention
...This includes a search for causes of dizziness, such as inner ear diseases; an evaluation of the inner ear balance system, which might be adversely affected by certain drugs (such as a class of antibiotics known as aminoglycocides); trauma; and the aging process...