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Tinnitus, or ringing in your ear(s), is often a symptom of another underlying health condition. As it's not a disease itself, it can be challenging to treat, and many people avoid going to the doctor.
However, if your symptom persists, you must seek medical attention. Some underlying conditions can be cured or at least slowed if treated early enough.
Even if the condition can't be cured, healthcare professionals will be able to help you find solutions to deal with tinnitus.