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    Wilde12 posted:
    Still looking for more feed-back about ringing in my ears. Any suggestion to stop the ringing?? Thanks!
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    arbob5 responded:
    I have had this for years...it's called Tinnitus. Mine was caused by being too close to loud fireworks. Many of our military people come back from combat with this. But there are many other causes for it.

    WebMD has excellent information on this. Just enter Tinnitus in the subject bar above and you will get a vast amount of info on it.

    Good luck. Keep us posted on how you're doing, OK?


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