What kind of nero problems do you mean? Ears ringing could be from headachs, low blood pressure, ear infections, dehydration. You might want to talk to a doctor about it to see what is best corse of action for you.
I have it in my right ear only. A constant high pitched ringing. Never found out the cause in my case and I just have to live with it, although some days are better than others (for again, unknown reasons!).
The actual spelling for ear ringing is tinnitus. Sometimes there seems to be no cause nor apparent reason for it. Sometimes it's transient, sometimes constant, sometimes intermittent.
It can be a sign of hearing loss, or it can result from head injuries, or diseases that range from the common cold to diabetes. People who work with noisy equipment, such as power tools, can also get it. Or tinnitus may be initiated by a single loud noise, such as a gunshot or an explosion. It can also be a symptom of almost any ear disorder, including the following:
Blocked ear canal
Blocked eustachian tube
Tumors of the middle ear
Damage to the ear caused by drugs (such as aspirin and some antibiotics)
It can also be caused by many other disorders such as anemia, heart and blood vessel disease including hypertension and arteriosclerosis, and low thyroid hormone levels in the blood (hypothyroidism).
hi thanks all, i have tingling,burning sensations, alot like fibromalgia. It all started since having baby. The er ringing has been present few months. Im on waiting list for neuro. Had loads of tests, blood tests. I done some research and found a word called begnign fasciculations which could be responsiblr for neuro symptoms since birth. I found a post that someone had same problem and doc said about that. Thanks all, love april x