what causes loud ringing in ears that sometimes is low
different possible causes
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The ringing in the ear would be referred to as tinnitus.
It can vary in pitch, there is no specific cause for the variation in the pitch that occurs but there are a number of different possible causes of tinnitus.
Some of the most common reasons for tinnitus are: (1)age related hearing loss- persons with hearing loss as they age can also develop tinnitus along with the loss of hearing
(2)side effect of medication- aspirin and similar medications, some diuretics (meds that help to reduce the fluid in the body) and some antibiotics
(3)meniere's disease- a condition of the inner ear that is associated with dizziness/vertigo as well
(4)presence of a mass- this is not as common
(5)trauma, excess wax or infection
(6)there are also certain general medication conditions such as thyroid disease, anemia
Evaluation by an ENT specialist would help to determine the cause and would allow for treatment.
I hope this helps, feel free to ask any other questions