Blix M. Paraglot
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Blix M. Paraglot

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Trying to hang on for as long as I can. Tinnitus and hyperacusis have worsened steadily since 2006. I had a good few months thanks to LDN. Aug 16, 2022

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Sep 28, 2022 at 9:39 PM
    1. DebInAustralia
      DebInAustralia
      Thanks for posting your experiences. I have subclinical hypothyroidism with antibodies - probable hashimotos. Now wondering how much of this (alongside the onset of menopause) is contributing to my increase in t. Have been advised to add in selenium and ldn to drive down autoimmunity/rt3, to continue supplementing with iron to drive up ferritin.
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    2. DebInAustralia
      DebInAustralia
      Hi Blix

      Have you tried both high and ldn?
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      2. Blix M. Paraglot
        Blix M. Paraglot
        Yes. I discontinued normal-dose Naltrexone (50 mg) in May of this year and used the remainder of my presciption as LDN (4.5 mg, compounded myself). I found another doctor to prescribe LDN and intend to take it for life. It is the only antidepressant that has ever worked for me. I'm down to 195 pounds (from 225).
        Sep 8, 2022
      3. Blix M. Paraglot
        Blix M. Paraglot
        I was not looking forward to going on Metformin for Type II diabetes, and now it looks as if I will not have to. I am still losing weight and expect to be around 150 by early next year. I was told to discontinue synthyroid, as my thyroid levels are now normal.
        Sep 8, 2022
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      4. Blix M. Paraglot
        Blix M. Paraglot
        I'm now vegan, doing cardio daily and strength training 3 x per week. I am feeling better than I have felt in years, except I still have loud tinnitus and hyperacusis. I am counting the days for Dr Shore's device to become available.
        Sep 8, 2022
    3. Blix M. Paraglot
      Blix M. Paraglot
      Trying to hang on for as long as I can. Tinnitus and hyperacusis have worsened steadily since 2006. I had a good few months thanks to LDN.
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    4. Hottopic29
      Hottopic29
      Hey how's the Naltrexone going?
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      2. Blix M. Paraglot
        Blix M. Paraglot
        I'm finally adjusting up to a full 50 mg pill tomorrow. No change in my tinnitus and hyperacusis, yet. But I have hope that it will work. It took eight weeks for some of the subjects to improve. I'm not giving up. My goal is to be able to compose music again by my birthday (which is in June).
        Apr 28, 2022
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      3. Hottopic29
        Hottopic29
        I called doctor to order some today.. wondeing if it only works on some kinds of tinnitus mines acoustic truama
        Apr 28, 2022
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      4. Blix M. Paraglot
        Blix M. Paraglot
        I hope it works. For you and everyone who tries it. I have been on it thirteen days (but only at 50 mg for 2 or 3 days) and there has been no change to my tinnitus, yet. But then, I've had tinnitus for a long time. Since the 90s. That's a long time to let tinnitus wrap itself around my brain, and it may take a longer time to undo it.
        May 1, 2022
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    Tinnitus Since:
    mild since 90s - serious since 2000s
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Loud music.