How Long does Tinnitus last after Ear Infection?

Tinnitus is the disease which can occur because of ringing and buzzing in the ears. Noises like hissing, crackling, rustling, Deep humming or pulp in noises arise in the head, not from the outside of the body. These noises can have a very bad impact on your health.

These sounds can occur in one or both ears of your body and variation in the volume of these sounds can also occur. People asked How Long does Tinnitus last after Ear Infection?

symptoms of tinnitus

If you need more information or you have a question regarding Tinnitus and Ear Infection, you can discuss it with our HearingSol healthcare professionals, just give us a call on +91-9327901950. We are always here to help you.

Once in a lifetime, about 40% of people experience these type of unpleasant sound in their ears. Most people above the age of 40 have the symptoms of tinnitus. 10% to 20% of people will suffer from chronic tinnitus. But, tinnitus can occur at any age.

Sometimes people have experienced some musical sound that seems like a known tune or song. This type of musical sound occurs in mostly aged people who have some hearing loss and a strong musical interest which is called as musical tinnitus or musical hallucination.

Tinnitus can occur in the middle outer or inner ear because of an ear infection. Infection in ear bones or eardrum cause tinnitus. Brain aneurysms, age-related hearing loss, medications, noise-induced hearing loss, Meniere’s disease, brain tumors also cause tinnitus.

How Long does Tinnitus last after Ear Infection?

Temporary tinnitus can occur through the exposure of loud noises. The muffled sound that originates ringing in the ear called noise-related hearing loss. Symptoms of tinnitus probably go away within 16 to 48 hours. But it can also take one or two for extreme cases.

After curing of tinnitus, extreme exposure to noise can again lead to tinnitus. This type of hearing loss can lead to tinnitus and take more than 6 months to resolve. This condition is very common but rare.

If you are generally going to rock concerts and live in the exposure of loud noises then you have to take some actions to prevent yourself from long-term hearing loss.

How can I prevent tinnitus in my ears?

It’s always necessary to take action to prevent tinnitus. Scientists say your ringing can go but it may cause some long-term damage.

It does improve

You can normally be stressed about the new changes such as dizziness and ringing in the ear. First time experiencing tinnitus can be stressful.

If you think there is something change in your body or having a hearing problem then you have to give yourself time to adjust. And go to your specialist for some medications.

Treatment of Tinnitus

The expert will identify any underlying, treatable condition that may be associated with your symptoms. If the tinnitus is caused due to the health condition, The doctor may take the following step to reduce the noise.

  • Earwax removal. The expert will Remove the impacted earwax which can decrease tinnitus symptoms.
  • Treating a blood vessel condition. The vascular conditions may require proper medication, surgery or other treatment to address the particular problem.
  • Change your medication. The medication you are taking appears to be the main cause of tinnitus, your doctor may advise you to stop or reduce the drug, and provide you a different medication.

Hearing consultation by experts


    Call Now (Free Consultation)