Basically I had mildly annoying tinnitus from I dont know how long. Didnt bothered me when I wanted to sleep or anything else. I had my ear syringed because there was a lot of wax. It was done probably gently, didnt hurt, eardrum wasnt perforated however I think it changed my tinnitus pitch to something else, that is hard to mask or not notice at all even if I watch tv - wchich earlier was pretty possible. It was 4 days ago. I noticed my tinnitus spiked at night or probably in the morning next day after syringing. Not sure. Is it even possible it will calm down and go back to its previous pitch or I'm out of luck and there is 0%? I'm not sure if I had this pitch earlier or I didnt and Im making this up right now in my mind. Are there cases of people that had mild tinnitus, it was changed by syringing and it reverted after some time? Couldnt find anything on such topic here or anywhere else over internet. Wish I didnt listen to ent. I'm trying not to beat myself up for what I've done but whats done is done mostly. EDIT: I basically traded my ringing that was heard during silence or when I focused on it, for constant screeching in my head on right side of it.