A 63-year-old male asked:
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Dr. Richard Arden
37 years experience ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Without : Without knowing anything else other than "ear noise" and " loud music" i would guess you have tinnitis secondary to some degree of acoustical trauma. The appropriate thing to do would be to obtain an audiogram ( hearing test).
Answered on Nov 4, 2018
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Dr. Michael Wolfe
23 years experience ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Tinnitus : Tinnitus is the subjective noise that no one else around you can hear. Many feel that most people have it on occasion and it does not cause a problem. The most common reason for worsening tinnitus is hearing loss. Get an audiogram (hearing test). Protect your ears form loud sound.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016

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