Hello, I am a student. So it’s almost 6 months my right ear is ringing but not loud (I can still hear). Initially it was when I woke up and knew my ears were ringing. When I checked he said the blood vessels in my ears broke, so that made my ears ring and said it was difficult to recover and there was no cure. Do you think can it affect my hearing performance / affect me if I keep ringing like this? And is there a way to recover? Thank you very much
Hello Nandassa! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Ringing ears can interfere with daily activities. There are various problems that can cause ringing in the ears. In young adults, often the ringing of the ears is caused by exposure to sound that is too loud (noisy). Other possible causes are Meniere's disease, jaw joint disorders, Eustachian tube disorders, side effects of long-term use of certain drugs, or blood vessel disorders. To determine the disorder that causes ringing in the ear, patients generally need to be examined directly by an ENT specialist. Maybe it needs to be re-examined, whether at that time you have been examined by a specialist doctor or not and whether the doctor has conducted further examinations or new allegations based on the results of direct examination. To determine the existence of disorders of the blood vessels usually requires a special examination. If your doctor plans a follow-up examination, you should follow this advice. If you have not seen an ENT specialist, you should immediately see an ENT specialist to be examined. The doctor will ask you in more detail about the ringing in your ears, such as the ringing you hear, whether the ringing continues or disappear, when the ringing gets worse or better, and so on. The doctor will then examine your ear and perform a hearing check. The doctor may also recommend that you undergo further hearing examinations and various other examinations if necessary. In general, ringing can be managed well if the cause is clearly known. If ringing is difficult to overcome, you can discuss with your doctor so that it doesn't bother you too much.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.