Question by  MrKhaan (90)

What could be causing ringing in my ears, headache and nausea?


Answer by  cio (64)

You may have an infection that could be affecting your nasal passages, sinuses and your ears. If you have colds, nasal secretions may go through the eustachian tube to the ears (hence ear infection and causing the ringing). Subsequently, colds may also cause sinusitis, hence headache and nausea.


Answer by  danielledc2b (61)

Usually with all those symptoms combined, it would be something to do with the inner ear. The inner ear is your vestibular area, which deals with balance. If there is an inner ear infection, it will cause all those symptoms. Another thing could be Meniere's disease which will cause all that.


Answer by  classc1 (41)

There are many things that could cause ringing in the ears, headache, and nausea. Those symptoms could be the result of an inner ear infection. It could be low blood sugar, head injury, panic attacks, or vertigo to name a few other possible causes. The advice of a medical professional is needed.


Answer by  Aubs (1089)

It could be potentially an inner ear problem, which throws off your equilibrium. When that is off kilter, you can feel very nauseated. Ear problems also cause headaches.


Answer by  CJ81 (232)

These symptoms are all common with a severe migraine but can also accompany the onset of the flu or a severe cold for some.


Answer by  mvgd (49)

This sounds like it may be an inner ear condition, especially if it is accompanied by vertigo or hearing loss. If the symptoms persist, please see an Audiologist or ENT.


Answer by  dr84bhl (2789)

You could be suffering from vertigo, the ringing is called tinnitus and is irreparable damage. When you feel sick have a snack to help ward of the sickness.


Answer by  JuliaJolie (415)

A ringing in your ears, headache and nausea could be caused by extreme dehydration, an allergic reaction to medication or even a tumor. See a doctor immediately.


Answer by  Mable (3008)

You may have a tumor pressing on the nerves in your ear, or you may have an infection. More likely, though, you have teenagers playing loud music: get them headphones!


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

This is a seious matter.You must be having some sort of tumor in the brain.It may be a symptom for spinal injury.Immedilately consult a doctor.Some time apenticytis may cause these problem.Did you have any fall from higher place recentlly or in your past years?Check.

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