If you experience constant or intermittent ringing in your ears, you may have tinnitus. This sensation may vary in severity or intensity from one individual to another. Tinnitus is a subjective or objective symptom or sign of an underlying disease. This may be caused by damages to the hearing nerve, loss of hearing, very loud noise exposure, medications (quinine, anti-inflammatory drugs, antibiotics, aspirinâ€”in long term), problems with the temporomandibular joint, stiffened middle ear bones, ruptured eardrum, ear wax accumulation, ear infection, allergies, certain foods, and stress.
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