I went to a concert a week ago and my ears are still ringing. But then the next day I noticed it was still there. The ringing is still there but seems to be mainly (if not completely) in my left ear, and it actually kept me awake when I was trying to sleep last night. When we left the club, my ears were ringing so loud it was like alarms going off in my head. So today I still have the ringing in my right ear.though it has improved very slightly. I’ve been to quite a few loud rock concerts (ACDC, Motorhead ect), and the ringing usually stops in a couple of days!!! Hope this helps!!!. If it doesn’t go in 2-3 days or gets worse then go the docs but for now try not to worry and just forget about it. I’ve only ever been to three concerts in all my 21 years. Haha I’ve had my ears ring for just over two days, after going to a certain rock bar and the music is insanley loud! It’ll fade, no worries. I went to a handful of very loud rock concerts in my teenage years, and always came back with ringing ears.
Will this ringing go away, and if so how long would you say? Is there anything I can do to help it? Thank you all in advance. However, I still do have a bit of a slight ringing in my ears. There was a loud guitar amp pointing toward my left ear, granted, it was over 25 feet away, but it was LOUD. Ok, in my lifetime this has happened before and usually went away after 12 hours or so. I still could hear only 50 out of the left ear at best and still bad ringing. I know worrying doesn’t help, but man. Day 3 and no improvement. It’s super scary. My left ear has been ringing since then. History No prior ear damage/ringing etc. Truth be told I’m getting a bit nervous after 3 days. Yes, I wish I’d learned that lesson years ago, as I’ve got considerable hearing loss after decades of loud rock ‘n’ roll.
Towards the end of last week the?fullness? and ringing in my left ear seemed to subside, however, I started to notice a ring in my right ear as well, but in a different tone than the left. Do you have any explanation for why I started noticing the additional ring in my right ear days after the concert when it was my left hear that was originally really bothering me? Is this an indicator of permanent tinnitus? 4. You damaged your ears alright, my friend, but as bad as it sounds, you still have a good chance of recovery. 3 nights ago my right ear started to really hurt when I went to bed, similar to how it feels when you have an ear infection (though not quite as bad). I went to a punk show last night and, well, it was a punk show – loud and rowdy. I’d say that I have about 2/3 my normal hearing capacity as of posting this, but my ears are still ringing badly and I have a bad headache. Yep, I also have had my fair share of ear ringing the next day after a loud gig. You’ll be back to normal in no time, if not already. Hearing loss after going to a noisy concert is not a sign of damage, but that the ears are protecting themselves, according to new research.
Slight Ringing In Ears 5 Days After Nightclub
Two nights ago, I went to a loud rock concert. I’ve had a quiet ringing in my ears ever since. The first concert I went to I didn’t bring earplugs and my ears rang for two or three days. If you still have this problem after a couple more days, go see an ear doctor ( which have a very difficult to spell kinda name. That feeling went away after a few hours, but my ear continues to ring when it’s quiet. I have a moderate hearing loss in my left ear and tinnitus in that ear as well. Went home, went to sleep. woke up, and my left ear still felt muffled. and i could hear a lil ring still. After my first concert my ears were ringing for at least 3 days. But I took a hearing test about 2 years ago for my speech class, and I got a really good score, so. Even with the fan on at night I still hear it, although the fan helps. I went to my primary care physician yesterday. I was where you were about a month ago. In the first few days after my tinnitus appeared, I gave it so much of my attention that eventually I could hear it even while watching TV. Well, there was a loud concert that I went to with a friend. My t is still there however the high pitch has gone to just ringing. Causes, treatments, and prevention of ringing in the ear. The sound might be constant, or it might come and go. I recently, as in the past few weeks, suddenly started hearing a beeping sound in my left ear. It began about three days ago and I noticed it at night. Loud rock concerts were the cause of my tinnitus.
Two Days Of Tinnitus
Anyway, after it was over, my ears were ringing, and they still are today (the morning after). Ringing in the ears is typical after being in a loud environment. it will go away..unless you go deaf. Unless you go deaf. 6 Posted by sammyjenkis898 (28392 posts) – 6 years, 3 months ago. Happened to me for 3 days after a Dragonforce concert back in ’06. It’s just that the two often appear in concert because of how your ear is designed. Still, there’s little harm in giving them a shot if your doctor doesn’t object. Every day for years. It is now 4 days later and my ear still feels kinda clogged. Like its missing some bass or something. The ringing stopped a day after so I don’t think there is any permenant damage. When I was watching the performers I was right up near the speakers and I was talking to my friend so my head was tilted so only the left ear was hearing the speakers. I couldn’t hear anything for 3 or 4 days and have had tinnitus ever since. I went to a concert last night, in a small venue, so it was pretty loud. I still have a ringing sound in my ears, and my hearing is muffled. Hey could someone tell me what the doctor said to you because I’ve had this ringing for 3 days after a very long bang camaro concert and I need my hearing and I dont want to be stuck with the anoying ring. Hey could someone tell me what the doctor said to you because I’ve had this ringing for 3 days after a very long bang camaro concert and I need my hearing and I dont want to be stuck with the anoying ring. its either worse on my left ear or I dont notice it on my right.
Those people suffer from tinnitus, or a constant ringing in their ears accompanied by pain depending on the sufferer. A few months ago while photographing a concert in Montreal, I saw something I’d never seen at a show before: audience members covering their ears. I wear them to every single one ever since I had a bad experience at a club where my ears rang something fierce for about five days, so I can honestly say it doesn’t make the show sound bad and doesn’t make you look like a pussy or whatever stupid thing you’re worried about being labeled. If you are reading this and still thinking I won’t wearing earplugs. It’s normal to have a bit of ringing in your ears after a loud concert. The venue was so tiny and they played for nearly 3 hours – great gig, but boy did my ears pay the price! The venue was so tiny and they played for nearly 3 hours – great gig, but boy did my ears pay the price! Yet I’ve been to see Metallica twice – the last time just a few days ago – and while I had ringing ears, they were much better within a day. I go to gigs fairly often now but this is by far the worst my ears have been but its been the smallest venue i’ve been in so it was prob a big factor. I saw Three Inches of Blood at a local bar and was only about 8 feet away from the left main. My left ear is still ringing constantly after a metal show 2 nights ago. From now on though, always take earplugs to concerts. You’ll probably wake up one of the next few days and stop and think wait. I just went to a concert last night, and after the concert, i had a slight ringing in my right ear and both ears felt clogged or something. The next day, the ringing was slight and now is very slight, but my ears still feel clogged, mostly my right ear. Dude i know exactly what you got, ive done it 3 or 4 times before, it’ll go away on its own after a few days. While this thread is still hear (lol geddit?) a few days ago I tried out some ear buds for noise reduction and one of the didn’t fit in properly so I stupidly pushed it quite hard.