Tinnitus associated with vertigo for a long period of time might be due to inner ear problem, auditory and vestibular (balance) nerve issues, or problems with blood microcirculation, and even more serious issues in the junction of the inner ear and the brain. An audiogram is mandatory here, plus medical imaging (CT scan/MRI) might be needed as well. Have your ENT doctor examine you.
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