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All of a sudden my ears started ringing all of the time. The

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All of a sudden my ears started ringing all of the time. The ENT says its tinnitus and there is no cure. My thyroid is .77. Is that too low and could it cause tinnitus.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Neurology
Expert:  Michael Salama replied 1 year ago.
I'm assuming you are talking about a TSH. If so, .77 is not too low but close to the cut off. 0.45-4.5 is the normal range for a TSH. Depending on the cause of your tinnitus there may or may not be a cure and a 2nd opinion may be warranted.Let me know if you have any other questions. If not, please don't forget to leave a positive rating as that's the only way I get credit for answering your question. Thank you.
Expert:  Michael Salama replied 1 year ago.
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