Does coronavirus treatment cause tinnitus?

Tinnitus and COVID-19 coronavirus

As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, various treatments have been researched by various countries and agencies to fight coronavirus. These include the anti-malaria drug chloroquine, anti-inflammatories and of course, the hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine continues.

There is a lot of conflicting information abound, including the contradicting advice about Ibuprofen and coronavirus – while the French warn that Ibuprofen can make coronavirus worse, the World Health Organisation says there is no evidence of this. There are separate studies on combining anti-viral and anti-inflammatory treatments to fight coronavirus. At the moment, it does not seem that any of these treatments would make tinnitus symptoms worse. However, as with any medicines, consult your doctor before starting any treatment.

As you are probably aware, the best advice to combat coronavirus is to wash your hands regularly with soap and water and avoid crowds. It is precisely because of the complex and unpredictable interactions of various medications that we developed a non-invasive drug-free treatment for tinnitus. Stay safe and look after each other!

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