Jul 19, 2007
Over (at least) the past six months I have had constant ear ringing in both my ears. When I mentioned this to my HIV doc, she said she had received some similar recent complaints from other patients.
Could this constant low grade ear ringing be a side-effect of HIV meds? Have you heard of such side effects? Is there any way to stop/reduce such ringing?
Any guidance would be appreciated.
Response from Dr. Conway
I am not at all aware of this being a side effect of the medications you are taking. The first step I would take would be to have a good ENT examination performed along with a hearing test. This will establish whether there is a physical basis for your symptoms and whether any additional tests need to be done to figure it out.
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