Many patients suffering from Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome notice a disturbing ringing in their ears that often correlates closely with the pattern of onset and resolution of the symptom of fluid retention. Many times they will go to several doctors and get many sophisticated tests on their hearing and inner ear with the tests showing no apparent abnormality. They are left without any predictive diagnosis or any effective treatment. This symptom can be very disabling at times and very annoying. Some patients complain that the ringing in their ears is essentially driving them nuts. This ringing of the ears is sometimes, but not always, associated with dizziness as well. But tinnitus has been seen to come on with other symptoms of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome after a stress and resolve with the other symptoms upon normalization of body temperature patterns with proper thyroid treatment.