My doctor thinks its otosclerosis. I might have that. But some things dont add up. I am only 24, F. I did a hearing test because I had tinnitus in my RIGHT ear on and off for a month or two. The hearing test revealed normal hearing in my RIGHT ear with the T, but mild hearing loss in LEFT ear. eat Doctor told me I probably have otosclerosis since the testing revealed hearing loss, and no acoustic reflex in left ear = conductive hearing loss aka most likely otosclerosis. However when I asked him why I'm having issues with my right ear, he simply said "I dont know." I need answers! I have never taken hard medications in my life, have not had recurrent ear infections, have been to SO many family doctors all confirming my outter ear look beautiful and ear pressure is -10. I tried antihistamines and nasonex for 2 weeks and it didn't work. Shortly after my otosclerosis diagnosis I started having a static sound T in my left ear (with hearing loss) which I attributed to the hearing loss as well. But this right ear T makes me believe something is happening within my body that led to everything else! The right ear T started weeks before event seeing the ENT. Some other symptoms: 3 months prior to this mess, both my ears were INSANELY itchy. to the point where I would wake up and want to cry from how itchy they were, and had difficulty sleeping cos i wanted to rip them out. I put olive oil in them, as advised by doctors, but it didn't help much. They still itch here and there but never seem to be consistent anymore. Someday its so bad and then somedays they dont itch the slightest. Which makes it hard to believe its just a chronic dryness. Also, on a random day not too long ago, my left ear went a little "crazy" and all sound went muffled, I heard my own voice as if I had water in my ear, and started freaking out. That went away after 5,6 hours. Please, if anyone knows anything about ear issues, I need some sort of lead. It has been about 3-4 weeks since the T, and I just really want to fix this! Also, I was lying on my bed watching a movie the other day and noticed that everytime the character spoke, I felt a vibration to the words in my left ear (with otosclerosis supposedly). When he stopped talking and all was silent, my ear was still. Then when he would talk, it vibrated and reacted to the words the entire time. Is this normal?