Noise/buzzing in ears?any tips?

Noise/buzzing in ears?any tips?

My Jessica 10 non verbal and has me sitting with hands over 2 ears with pressure and describes it as a bee? Tried ear defenders and cotton balls ear plugs it's annoying her any1 know what she is talking about and any tips please thankyou it is more when under clusters and before a seizure would arrive like days before

A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

My daughter when was younger had sensory overload. That's when she was low functioning with ASD. She used to cover her ears even when just a car drove by. I got her to be physically active. That reduced the sensory overload and is no longer sensitive to sound. Her diagnosis even changed over the yrs. She's now high funtioning

posted 4 months ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

My brother has exactly what you have described and he has been diagnosed has having tinnitus.

posted 4 months ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

Tori mentioned tinnitus I would be thinking along these lines if no other problems where involved. My daughter will wear noise blocking head phones from time to time to help her concentrate. I would mention when next you visit your doctor. I find it helps me remember question I want to bring up at my next appointment by writing them in a small note book as away of ensuring all my worries or concerns are asked and hopefully answered. Hope your next visit is a rewarding one.

posted 4 months ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

Bryan eppilim twice and Keppra twice but has not just started them Thank you I will mention this to dr

posted 4 months ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

I wouldnt like to answer for someone else, but the noise i have in my ears is internal and not external, and cotton and hands over ears wouldnt help that. Maybe she has very sensitive hearing but i would seek medical advice on this, i do have a constant buzzing in my ears but its more of a high piched sound, and does seem to get more noticable before a siezure, but really everyone is different and i think talking to a doctor about it would be the best option. Hope that helps

edited, originally posted 4 months ago
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