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Definitely not mid 2020. They're just starting phase 2 of clinical trials. If the results are positive, they'll start phase 3.
Assume someone with hearing loss and tinnitus. If this drug improves hearing but has no effect on tinnitus, it could still seem like the...
Keep up the good work!
A question, a bit off-topic unfortunately:
I assume you're travelling a lot. Do you have any issues taking a plane?
I LOVE this idea. But, is there a possibility to include hyperacusis?
Even if this only heals acute damage, knowing that my tinnitus and hyperacusis can never get worse would be a huge relief.
Could you give me a link to that anecdote?
On topic: the Brai3n clinic in Belgium offers hyperacusis treatments. It involves placing a small...
I wish I had the time to read them all :(
EDIT: Stupid me. I'll try to read all the abstracts. But to be fair, it's hard to judge a paper by its...
I second Stefan Heller. A brilliant and very nice person.
For some reason, a large majority of people with hearing damage don't develop tinnitus.
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It is a form of hyperacusis.
You probably have Tonic tensor tympani syndrome. You can google it.
Give your ears some well deserved rest.
I'm still very skeptical but please let this be true. Curing hearing loss with a simple pill would be amazing.
Neither my tinnitus nor hyperacusis are of such a level that I'd consider experimental treatment.