I know I asked a question a while back if anyone else gets this, but mine has gotten worse. It is driving me crazy! Does anyone else have this, and what do you do? Seems to happen more at night when I'm tired, or in the mornings. Sometimes I notice in the day but not as much.
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My 'ringing in my ears' was not centred in my ears but in my brain. It was not tinnitus, and my GP looked at me like I was nuts. It got better over many months after my last seizure. Changing to carbamazepine from keppra helped, but mainly it was time and reducing stress. It does drive one crazy.
As I said earlier, if you google "Tegretol/Tinnitus" (tinnitus=ear ringing) you'll see several write-ups of claims that their Tin is a side effect of the Teg. But you can also google "Lamictol/Tinnitus" and you'll see several write-ups claiming that the Lam is the cause for their Tin! Those are the only 2 meds that I've checked for that cause, but maybe a large percentage of meds. can cause Tin! I take both, Teg & Lam, and have Tin. Jeff
Auditory Hallucinations such as ringing are not uncommon in Epilepsy, esp Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Different levels of medication can influence the frequency, intensity, even the pitch of the ringing in your ears.
I find the best way to deal with this is music produced by a good set of noise cancelling headset. I have occipital petite maul, I don't know if this may make any difference.
As well my ringing varries from a few moments to hours, moments I can manage without the headset whereas hours can cause a headache and recurrence of seizure.
Hope this helps and you have a wonderful day 🤗
I went to a seizure study where they take u off all ur meds for a week and monitor u with an EEG. I am on a new med called Aptiom 800mg. My ringing is gone and I have been seizure free for 3 weeks now when I had seizures daily!!! I haven't been seizure free for 3 years!!!