Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome sufferers sometimes develop ringing in the ears that begins or worsens after a significant stress. Ringing in the ears typically gets worse with the onset of fluid retention symptoms and gets better with the resolution of fluid retention. These patients frequently have undergone a number of evaluations and sometimes treatments for their ringing in the ears without success. In several cases that I have seen, these patients can have very disturbing, almost maddening ringing in the ears that responds quite well to proper thyroid hormone treatment, even with complete resolution of this disturbing complaint.