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I am a 33 years old female. I started to have this static sound in my ears from December 2019 and I have been referred to the ENT doctor, he checked me and I have done an audiology test and both ears where in normal hearing area but he said that the left ear how I get the sound it has a different shape (the line which shows on the audiology test) and he said that I need an MRI scan for the acoustic neuroma. I don't have any other symptoms apart from the tinnitus which drives me crazy in the night. Is it MRI safe? Are they gonna scan the whole head to check for tumor? If any of you experienced something similar please let me know. What are the chances to have a tumor? is it very common to be send for an MRI scan to exclude the tumor?
If you found any remedies for the tinnitus please let me know too. I am very anxious as I have another problem apart from this, I am high myopic with astigmatism and it was enough with the eyes, now I have this problem, it's never ending 😦((
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