Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Could someone please answer that?

Since last weekend I have had some bizarre buzzing in my left ear. It sounds and feels like someone took a tiny cell phone, put it on vibrate, and stuck it in there.

I, for one, consider it very rude to place a phone where the person can't reach it... and then call them over and over all day long. Now, if you have something you would like to say to me, just call me on a normal sized phone!

This is becoming a real problem. I can't focus on my editing or writing, I can't sleep... it's no good. I think I might need to go to the doctor.

How do you think they will respond if I ask them to remove the tiny, vibrating mobile from my ear canal? :P

11 comments:

  1. Hmm... Maybe an ear infection? They're mostly common in kids, but adults can get them, too.

    I'm not a doctor, but if you're hearing vibrations in your ear canal--especially to the point where you can't function--you should definitely see one asap.

    Hope it's nothing serious and that you get well soon!

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  2. You don't have a bee in your ear, to you? :-)

    Hope you get some answers soon. That has to be extremely irritating.

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  3. Either Mars is calling or you maybe tennitis? (sp?)

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  4. I definitely think a trip to the doctor is in order.

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  5. LOL! I like Angie's comment! I'm thinking it's the aliens telling you to hurry up and finish your story so I can read it! Muhahah! LOL! Hope you're better soon!
    jenni

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  6. L.C. - thanks for the well wishes :) I am trying to decide this morning whether it is getting better or I am just getting used to it. If it isn't getting better I'll go to the doctor this afternoon.

    Melissa - Nope, at least I don't think I do. The thought of a bug or bee in there is creepy :P

    Angie: LOL I think I'd rather Mars be calling than a bee :D I looked up tennitis online, that could be it... I just don't know.

    Debbie - thanks for stopping by, I'll let you guys know what the doc says if it is still bugging me this afternoon.

    Jenni - LOL YOU! Stop making the aliens do your dirty work! Poor little green men never knew what hit them. :P

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  7. laughing....

    I'm a confirmed "phono-o-phobic - I detest the phone! I rarely answer the cell or the land line. Oh the best invention in the world is caller id - teehee!

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  8. by the way - this blog makes me want some chocolate!

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  9. That always happens to me when I am getting an ear infection... go and get some antibiotics PRONTO!

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  10. I once had labrynthitis in college (no joke, that's what the doctor called it). It was a virus in my inner ear and affected me differently than an ear ache. Maybe it's something like that. Hopefully they can figure out what's going on and stop the ringing.

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  11. Kathryn - LOL I am happy no one put a phone in your ear then, because you'd be in a straight jacket by now. And sorry about the cravings ;)

    Jamie - Thanks for stopping in to visit :) Yeah, I think that I should go to a doctor today. It is still happening and doesn't seem to be getting any better.

    Candice - LOL that is the weirdest name for a medical thing that I've ever heard. It makes me think they've got trolls and such wandering around the maze of your sinuses or something LOL :)

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