Really struggling.ear fullness and tinnitus

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I had an mri scan in march as ive been having weird eye symptoms and other symptoms like dizziness and a tremor ect all came back fine apart from some imflamation in one of the ears...i started to feel alot better,the doctor checked in my ear but couldnt see the drum as it had alot of wax (both ears) still at this point i didnt feel to bad.i had my ears syringed about a week ago and the nurse said the right ear drum was abit red...anyway for the past week i have started to get alot of pressure in both feels like my head is shaking from side to side and i have developed a constant ringing in my ears which is really annoying i have to listen to soothing music before i go to bed....does anyone know what this could be?thanks

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    I would like to follow your post as I done MRI scan yesterday and results will get in 2 weeks at ENT clinic.

    I have also horrible tinnitus and yesterday I felt like a tension in my ears ,maybe high blood preasure, I do not really know how to describe it.

    Very annoying.

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    What type of headphones are you using? If you're using buds, you might be inadvertently blocking the wax from leaving and causing yourself more problems.

    Just a thought, hopefully you find some answer! :-D

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    To start with one cannot simply say its tinnitus cause of ringing sound. There are many more other related symptoms which can signify it as tinnitus. Here is a detail guide that can help to identify, understand and cure to some extent in case of tinnitus.

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