So after going to this party that had loud music playing, my ears were ringing, which is normal when being exposed to loud music for a long time. The next day it was gone. The week later I noticed a whoosing sound in my right ear when certain sounds would go off (dishes, door slam, people coughing, or after I'm finished with a sentence), and when i flick my right ear it reacts to that. So I waited for it to go and since January of this month it is still there. Some days it somewhat lessen but it doesn't tend to get worse. Also sudden/unexpected noises before the sound happens would make my neck twitch which is the really annoying part. When i go to school or go to the store or something, I notice that both these things kinda disappears but my right ear and nerves would only react if the sound is REALLY LOUD. At school I can tolerate clapping and all that but when i'm at home my right ear acts up again. I'm wondering if you guys could identify the whoosing sounds and why I'm twitching to sudden/unexpected sounds?????? *When this started I noticed a lump (swollen lymph node maybe?) on my jawline in front of my RIGHT ear so is that linked to what is happening to it? Maybe I have an ear infection? two months later (now in March so this started like a week ago), I was watching Youtube videos on my phone w/o earbuds for like an hour, and at one point in time my left ear kinda reacted to the youtuber's voice level, My LEFT ear only would twitch or vibrate to a certain sound level. This happens on my phone and sometimes on TV but never with conversations, and when I put my earphones in it doesn't even happen then. Could any of you guys help identify this for me? I appreciate the help!