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Recurring Ringing in ears

Hi, just had a question. I get ringing in my ears that both my family doc and ENT says are caused from allergies. It comes and goes, somedays it's barly noticeable, somedays it's worse, it's similar to if you clench your teeth, it's that same noise, I take nasonex everyday as suggested by my ENT. I do gave a clicking in my jaw, so now I'm half wondering if its TMJ, or if its because I still have my wisdom teeth? But then I also have tense neck muscles, sometimes at work they almost burn I get so tense. I take vitamin b100, d and c each day. Not sure what else I can do, I'm starting to panic it's something worse, but I'm sure my symptoms woukd be much worse if it was something more serious, any advice? Help or suggestions? Doctor or Nurse comments would be extremely helpful!
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How are you? Tinnitus may present with a ringing, roaring,  or clicking sound in the ear. This may be associated with hearing loss, medication side effect, part of aging, or  a symptom of other health problems, such as allergies, high or low blood pressure, tumors and problems in the heart, blood vessels, jaw and neck. If you have history of allergies, this may be the primary cause.  Avoiding the allergen or trigger and taking antihistamine may be very helpful.   If it persists, it is best that you have this checked by your doctor or be referred to an ENT for proper evaluation. Take care and do keep us posted.
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Yeah, im assuming its the previous diagnosis which is allergies, i do have a dog and a cat, but the only annoying symptoms i have, are feeling tired, and the rining in my ears, i started wearing a bite plane again.
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