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Message Subject ~The world wide Ringing ears phenomenon~
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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I knew it !

I knew someone would make a topic about this. I have this weird feeling this is happening to alot of people.

You made this topic yesterday because it happened last night.

I think this happened to lots of people last night. We need to tally up when, where and who is experiencing this, last night was not like they are normally, these weird "sonic flashes" hahahaha (what can you call it?)

As much as I'd like to think this is just because we listen to lots of music or something, I keep reading more and more about this .

Last night was intense, im seriously thinking of going to a doctor. I want to make sure this isnt because im listening to music, but its not even like i listen to music a majority of the day ive been trying to listen to less to see the relationship that it has with these "sonic flashes" , but last night was approximately twice as powerful as these "sonic flashes" usually are.

I just want to confirm some things with you guys, the "sonic flash" goes from the right ear usually, or left ear? Does it feel like theres this audible pressure of expansion?

I'm so glad I found this topic, I knew i wasnt the only one that felt that last night.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6470393

+1 here in Texas -- started yesterday

btw, i've seen "ringing" posts on this and other forum sites, and pretty much ignored them until now

mine's not painful yet like others here are reporting; i'm only feeling it in my left ear so far; also, i've perceived that the ringing has a periodicity of "volume" to it (for lack of a better word); i'm not saying i've measured this but it feels like one wavelength (a peak-trough sequence) happens about every 2 seconds or thereabouts; this fluctuation was interesting to me; anyone else perceive this?
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