Does anyone else experience

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persistent ringing in their ears? I have ringing in my ears constantly. The intensity of the ringing varies throughout the day. I kind of think it could be associated with my anxiety but I'm not entirely sure. 

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    Its not anxiety related - do some research on ringing in the ears constantly and you will actually find out.
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      I have done research on ringing in the ears but the causes/explanations I have found aren't applicable to me, which is why I started to think it could be anxiety related. Sorry for asking...
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    Hey there.....I have constant ringing in my ear and have seen an ENT and was told I had hearing loss in both ears which could be causing the ringing. Do you have it in both ears ? Have you been to see an ENT Dr ?
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    I get ringing in my ears, as well, and I have anxiety. To those of you, who don't know, tinnitus IS a symptom of anxiety. It's true. BUT, you should get it checked out by a doctor first, to see if it's anything such as hearing loss, which can cause tinnitus, as well. Best of luck. smile
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    Yes I experience this when I'm extremely anxious or after I had a panic attack.
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    Its associated with many things. I have pulse sound and swooshing and at times a high pitched ring its maddening but i have tmj as well. So awful. Just all of it is awful.
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    I had ringing in my ears ever since I was little. The docs put tubes in my ears to drain fluid and I think fluid in the ears may cause the sound atleast that's what my case was. After a shower I'd get it a lot.
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    Defo is anxiety I get it a lot x
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