A head cold can sometimes be associated with ear ringing because it can cause Eustachian tube dysfunction, which usually has ringing as a side effect. However, if it persists past a cold, a doctor should check it since it could be tinnitus or something else serious.
This type of ringing is most likely due to damage in the part of the brain. This part of the brain is for interperting sound. It can also be caused by what is called cochlear stroke. This is a blood supply interruption to the inner ear region.
just ask a doctor!!! i mean maybe there could be a bee inside or behing your ear OR ive heard of ringing but not buzzes and if you hear a ringing then that means that your hearing is BAD im sorry but maybe the buzzes means that you have bad hearing!! well ... GOOD LUCK WITH ...YOUR EAR!!
when something loud enters your ear, the ear drum will create echoeing sounds and vibrations, which is that loud noise. It is the same as screaming into a large tower bell, you will hear sharp or low ringing depending on how loud.