Although it is obvious, the first action to take when a problem arises when you pita physical and the right ear, is without a doubt, go to the doctors for advice. This will be the person best qualified to diagnose our problem and referred to a specialist as appropriate.
Anyway, it never hurts to have some information about what happens to us before the consultation with the doctor. In fact, it can often be helpful to know a little better the symptom that afflicts us as we may have some tool to better tell the doctor what happens to us. Often valuable time is lost in studies or tests that may be avoided if the patients provided complete information at the time of the appointment with the doctor, when he makes a general history of the symptoms presented.
First you should know that when you “beep” right ear only (or left, but only one), we are dealing with a symptom called unilateral tinnitus or tinnitus. And when the tinnitus is in the form of ringing, hissing or ringing, it is called non-pulsatile tinnitus. Well, we know that our ear ringing is called unilateral non-pulsatile tinnitus.
Once you know a little more about our symptoms, we could try to gather some more information about it. We should pay some attention to be clear, for example, at what time of day increases or decreases, if it becomes more annoying when sleeping, if next to tinnitus developed some other symptoms, if a family history, etc.
All this information is a guide to help the specialist to get faster to a correct diagnosis and subsequent treatment of the problem when I pita the right ear.
For your peace of mind, know that most cases of tinnitus otologic conditions correspond to simple or even may even be the result of taking certain medications.