I hope this is the correct forum to post this in. I saw a concert about 6 days ago and the band played at 130 db, and I wasn't wearing hearing protection. I was exposed to that volume for about an hour. After the show I had multiple frequencies of ringing and swishing noises and basically couldn't really hear anything else. Today, while I have had much improvement, I still have some ringing that is mostly only noticeable when it's quiet, but it does flare up at times and is absolutely unbearable, and at times there is some pain in my left ear. Plus I'm not hearing things I heard before, and somethings sound very different. The second symptom I have is what I'm possibly more concerned about. When ever say a car drives by, or a fan is running, I hear a ringing attached to that sound. It's kind of a reverb ringing. It even happens when I type on my keyboard, walk, pull my keys out of my pocket, etc. Pretty much any / every sound triggers it. I've seen an Otologist at House Ear Clinic in Los Angeles. Pretty much all I was told was it was still early on, I've had much improvement in the time since my exposure. I also had a hearing test done at Kaiser, and the doctor there told me pretty much the same thing. Neither had any information on the reverb ringing I'm hearing, or suggested anything beyond avoid loud noises. I am hoping for a full recovery, but I'm very concerned about this reverb ringing I hear when ever I hear other sounds. I haven't found any information on this anywhere. My third symptom is noticeable only when it's really quiet. I have what sounds a like an old fan turning really slow in an old warehouse...kind of a distant mechanical clanky sound. The second and third symptom may be connected? Also, does anyone have any suggestions on things I should be doing to help recover from all the symptoms? Thank you so much to everyone for any help!