A new ear infection is making people wonder if the symptoms they’re experiencing are actually the result of a virus.
The virus can cause headaches, nausea, muscle aches and loss of balance.
It’s also been linked to hearing loss and hearing issues that can last for weeks or months.
If you’ve got the virus, you may be wondering if the sudden onset of symptoms will be permanent.
Well, it’s possible, according to new research from the University of New South Wales.
It found that people who had been infected with the virus and were experiencing headache symptoms had no longer experienced headaches.
This means the virus isn’t causing any long-term harm to your hearing.
However, the new research has been criticised by health experts who said it could lead to “mismatched diagnosis” and false claims.
It may not be permanentHowever, it is possible that this study can help us understand how the virus causes headaches.
It could also help us avoid unnecessary tests and treatments.
For example, if you’ve been having a headache for more than three months, your doctor might suggest you get tested for the virus.
But, if the headache is now mild, it could be that your body is trying to get rid of the virus to help prevent future headaches.
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Topics:health,health-administration,cannabis,infectious-diseases-other,disease-control,medical-research,bachelor-of-medical-science,science-and-technology,australia,new-zealandFirst posted March 08, 2019 09:29:38Contact Victoria Caulfield