, I want to ask. My left ear has been ringing for a long time, my voice is so loud. What’s the cause?
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Is the loud sound you hear a buzzing sound in the ear? If you mean the buzzing of the ears (tinnitus), then here are some possible causes of tinnitus:
Hear very loud sounds from close range (for example firecrackers, fireworks, explosions, etc.)
Hear a rather loud sound in a long time (for example the sound of factory machinery, the sound of heavy equipment, listening to music at high volume, etc.)
Ear plugs by ear wax
Otosclerosis (abnormalities in the auditory bone in the middle ear)
Broke the eardrum
Other causes such as excessive stress / anxiety, head injury, ear collision, ear tumor, side effects of certain medications, diabetes, etc.
To find out the exact cause of interference with your ear, you should do an examination with an ENT doctor. Your ENT doctor will do a direct examination of your ear, and also do a hearing check on you. For now, there are a number of things you can do:
Avoid hearing loud noises (don't listen to music too loudly, use personal protective equipment / earmuffs when you work)
Do not pry your ears with any object (including cotton buds, ear scrapers, fingers or nails)
Do not drip certain drugs or certain herbs into your ear.
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