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    Acute tinnitus with muffled sounds

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    I have a sudden onset of tinnitus with acute buzzing and muffled sounds. What should I do?
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  • Raji Parangad

    Audiologist

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    Tinnitus is not a  disease. It is a  symptom. You need to see your health practitioner and get your ears checked.,

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    Kathryn Penno

    Audiologist

    Hello and Welcome, I founded the Hearing Collective to give clients one location, a collective of hearing healthcare services that are convenient and accessible. Hearing … View Profile

    Hello, I agree with Raji above. As you have use the words sudden onset and muffled speech I would recommend the following:

    1. See you GP and report your aural symptoms.

    2. Get a full diagnostic audiological evalution to ascertain any differences in your hearing/ears. Ensure you have a speech audiogram performed too.

    3. Listen to the results from the audiologist; they may recommend return for medical opinion from GP to ENT, annual hearing review etc...

    As tinnitus is a symptom, coupled with muffled speech and sudden onset, it is recommended you seek intervention from a medico and or audiologist.

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