Discussion in 'Health, Safety and Vaping' started by Jonette, Nov 8, 2019.
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Anyone experience a decrease in their hearing after vaping?
Hu? what did you say?
Speak up, sonny. For a second there you sounded like a troll.
Yes, in my case, PG and I were not getting along well. Suggest switching to a VG Max juice for a few weeks to see if that makes a difference. May also be a flavor issue; peppermint is very benign for me. And report back. GL
Edit: Errr, troll?
Hi and welcome,
Nope, been vaping almost 9 years and I'm still here-ing.
However, my wife claims I don't listen.
If you have a medical issue, please see a doctor.
Nope. Although I do hear a new mod calling my name.
seems to increase ringing in the ears, but so does aspirin.
Typically gun fire and cold weather seem to have a negative effect on my ears...but vaping? Wut?
standard boilerplate: we are random folks on the internet not medical professionals. Looking for medical advice on the internet is a terrible idea in general. See a medical professional for medical advice.
That said, speaking as a random person:
It could be a couple of things off hand.
First thing to try: stop sticking your device in your ear.
After that someone with actual ENT knowledge may be needed. Ears are connected with mouths and noses somehow.
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