Ringing in ears

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Does anyone ever get a sudden ring in the ear for a few seconds and then it goes away?

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    Yes! I actually have that 24/7 lol it's not a bad thing . It's normal . I've gotten it with ear infections or vertigo too. But it shouldn't be a problem . Sometimes it's just the anxiety . Remember anxiety can make you get so many different type of symptoms

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    Yeah 100 percent it can last for a few seconds then it will go away I get it a good amount. I've been to my gp several times about it where he did some exams and everything looked fine.

    Try not to let it worry you tho it can be a pain in the ass and you start thinking wait a second what could this be? lol

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    I get what sounds like a sonogram sound. Strange buzzing but it has a rhythm. Awaiting it to go away. I get all kinds of tinnitus stuff.  But yes i know what your talking about. I think everyone experiences that at sometimes in their life.
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    Yes, that is completely normal to happen occasionally.
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    only if the phone gets answered before I can get to it.
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    All the time! Do you ever find you wake up with a really loud ringing in your ears that goes after a few seconds?
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    Vitamins and water (Hydration)
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    Emily, dont worry, that is happening to everyone. Dont even pay attention, everything is ok with you smile

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    Thank you!
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