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Tinnitus/Ear Pain After EBR to Neck
Hi, I'm cathy jerz
I had Bone Cancer (Osteosarcoma) and had Cisplatin and Adriamycin 96 hr drip. I had buzzing and ringing in my ears for about a year afterward. Then the buzzing went away (someone told me it was the cilia growing back in my ears that caused the buzzing), but the ringing has never gone away. It seems worse at night because everything is quiet, but it is pretty much the same all the time for me. M…   Read more…

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