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I've been diagnosed with tinnitus. Yay.

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@hax and john:

Thank you guys but I've posted it's gone away. By some miracle. I'm still going to follow up with an ENT. I now understand what people suffering from t are going through and the sheer amount of will and determination it takes to cope with t or extreme cases. I'm shocked how many others here are afflicted. I'm also glad to read comments from such knowledgeable people. You're all very on point with the causes and terminology.

Thanks again. I'll keep everyone posted if anything changes.



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I don't have that (I don't think), but whenever my nose gets even a tiny bit stuffy, by ears will click and pop with any movement of my jaw. It's really maddening when I have a bad cold.



Hmm. That seems like that water drop torture thing where they'll go a bit crazy after a while. Personally, I rather lose hearing in a ear than deal with a ringing noise in that ear for the rest of my life. It irritates me when I hear a ringing noise just for a min.



https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JWzuej1bV9U

That's the woman I mentioned. The noise you're hearing is a noise exiting from her ears that she has had for years. Every day. All day long.

There is no known cause or cure.



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SuperRetroTurbo said:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JWzuej1bV9U

That's the woman I mentioned. The noise you're hearing is a noise exiting from her ears that she has had for years. Every day. All day long.

There is no known cause or cure.

My tinnitus sounds more like this:



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VGPolyglot said:
SuperRetroTurbo said:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JWzuej1bV9U

That's the woman I mentioned. The noise you're hearing is a noise exiting from her ears that she has had for years. Every day. All day long.

There is no known cause or cure.

My tinnitus sounds more like this:

Yes. That was mine. I still have it but it's low. It's no where near as bad as it was the past week.

 

I'm starting to believe it has much to do with our vascular system. I know mine spiked because of ototoxicity from my medication. I would rather not get into details but let's just say the medication was not administered as required...

 

I also noticed laying on my right side where the t was...made it worse. I encourage you to sleep on your back and avoid compromising positions where blood rushes to your head. And drink water. 

 



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