A buzzing / ringing/hissing noise usually in one ear (tinnitus).
A heavy/full/blocked feeling in the ear.
Awkward walking /propensity to stumble due to problems with balancing.
Vertigo with nausea and vomiting.
If facial nerve is involved (especially in the case of large tumors) then weakening of facial muscles on one side , sensory impairment, numbness /tingling on one half of the face, loss of taste and reduction in glandular secretion, may be observed.
Large tumor can block flow of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), increase intracranial pressure and bring forth associated symptoms such as headache, vomiting, and a change in the persons level of consciousness.
If patient has neurofibromatosis, the tumor may be bilateral.