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There is always a constant buzzing/ringing in my left ear.

I suffer from a constant buzzing/ringing in my left ear.

Which statement and word sounds better respectively? Thanks.
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They are all grammatically fine. Word choice depends on the actual sound heard by the sufferer: buzzing. ringing, humming, etc.
Mister MicawberThey are all grammatically fine. Word choice depends on the actual sound heard by the sufferer: buzzing. ringing, humming, etc.

Thanks, Mister, for your time and concise reply.

Just to make sure, is the following right?

I suffer a constant humming in my left ear.

If yes, in what way does it differ from "suffer from a constant humminng?"
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Suffer without from doesn't sound right here-- from is almost universally used with health conditions, I think.
Mister MicawberSuffer without from doesn't sound right here-- from is almost universally used with health conditions, I think.

Thanks, Mister.
>>There is always a constant buzzing/ringing in my left ear.

I'd use either always or constant, but not both.

CJ
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CalifJim>>There is always a constant buzzing/ringing in my left ear.

I'd use either always or constant, but not both.

CJ
Sharp eye! Jim.

Thanks for pointing out the redundant word.