Symptoms to look for:
Two kinds of Tinnitus can be heard:
Subjective Tinnitus: This is the most common form you’ll hear about. It’s usually caused when there is a problem with the inner, middle, or outer ear. It can cause issues with your auditory nerves (the hearing) or the auditory pathways, which is how the brain interprets sound with nerve signals.
Objective Tinnitus: This happens when your Tinnitus is caused by a problem with the blood vessels, muscle contractions, or a bone condition in the middle ear. Usually, the doctor can see it during the examination.