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    1. Paulmanlike
      Hello Jakob. What are your views on FREQ? Not long for phase 2 now...
    2. bobthebuilder
      Hi Mr. Science,

      Hope you’re well. I have had severe tinnitus for a while that has just progressively gotten worse and want to pursue some experimental treatment options abroad. Could you please help me with the names of the clinics you went to? Which one would you recommend for a first time round of stem cells?

      (Btw please feel free to PM me a response.)

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      2. GBB
        Also interested in 2020. Would love to ask a few questions if okay.
        Sep 7, 2020
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    3. vlad2019
      I would greatly appreciate any new info on laser therapy ? What home based product people get better result
    4. SilentWay
      I’ve had two adipose stem cell treatments. I’ve experienced increased tolerance to noise and a T level reduction of maybe 10-15%. I’m curious about your second UC treatment results as I’m seriously considering a similar path.
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      3. attheedgeofscience
        @SilentWay – it's almost six years ago I did my first treatment. I therefore recommend you rely on your own insights at this point (re: options, pricing, clinics, treatment protocol, where to go, etc.). If you really want my help, send me an email. Good luck...
        Apr 16, 2019
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      4. attheedgeofscience
        @just1morething – No need for drama: the scenario with the needle you describe is already included in the price (except it contains growth factors as opposed to Lidocaine).
        Apr 16, 2019
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        Apr 27, 2019
    5. Paulmanlike
      The legend has returned. Do you know where @Aaron123 is these days? Both offer excellent input to this site
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    6. ringringer
      so are you cured?
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      2. Contrast
        I believe his tinnitus was reduced to a much more tolerable level, not cured 100%.
        Aug 21, 2018
    7. MartinH
      Hi there.. I saw in a thread that you had stem cell treatment in Asia? Could you give me the details on that (location, cost, experience)? I live about 3 - 4 hours from anywhere I need to be in Asia and I'm considering skipping all the appointments they want me to keep here over the next month or two and just going somewhere that I don't have to wait around. Thank you.
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    8. threefirefour
      Why are you so based?
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    Welcome to my profile on TinnitusTalk!

    About Me

    For a period of years (2013-2015), I was an active member of TinnitusTalk and partook in a number of initiatives (such as "Team Trobalt"). Since 2016, my "tinnitus situation" has been essentially resolved: I am left with just very mild tinnitus – a ringing that has no impact on my life what-so-ever (e.g. sleep, concentration, work). However, despite my significant tinnitus improvement, I still remained active "on the sidelines" through my efforts in promoting the initiative called Towards an Understanding of Tinnitus Heterogeneity (a research topic launched in the Summer of 2016). But... as of 2019, I have decided to fully leave the public tinnitus community: I have resumed a completely normal life and I no longer identify with the daily grind of tinnitus forums.

    As I could feel my tinnitus journey was coming to a definite end, I made a one-off donation of $1,000 in favour of TinnitusTalk earlier in 2019 (six years after my life was completely altered in every possible way).

    My Tinnitus History

    I have lived with tinnitus for most of my life – in fact, for as long as I can remember! It became life-changing in April 2013 after a significant worsening (possibly as a result of ear canal inflammation from using earplugs at night-time). Why I have always had ringing ears is unclear to me – but possible causes could be:
    1. Head injury from a car accident (at 6 months of age).
    2. Chronic childhood ear infections (at 2-5 years old).
    3. Ototoxic medication administered for a stomach infection (in the early 1980s).
    But whatever the cause, I am (very) happy to say that it is now history.

    Best wishes to all those traveling this difficult journey...

    — ATEOS (July 2019)


    All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.Arthur Schopenhauer