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Tinnitus is described as a throbbing, ringing, clicking, or buzzing in one or both ears. Tinnitus is caused by trauma to the ear, over exposure to loud noises, medication, and diseases or infections of the ear. Treatments include medication, tinnitus masking, retraining therapy, and relief therapy.

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Terms related to Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears):

  • Buzzing in the Ear
  • Clicking in the Ear
  • Ear Ringing
  • Ringing In The Ear
  • Throbbing in the Ear