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Blodorn

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My gf went to 2concerts in 2days unprotected despite my warnings. She's fine. So happy for her. But jealous. Why are my ears so weak haha. Jul 20, 2019 at 3:51 AM

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    1. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      My gf went to 2concerts in 2days unprotected despite my warnings. She's fine. So happy for her. But jealous. Why are my ears so weak haha.
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      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        A good analogy is someone buying a motorcycle, only to spend the rest of their life in a wheelchair as a result...
        Jul 20, 2019 at 5:30 PM
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      3. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        Well, If she have T, I'll not ask her to find it. I prefer that she stay unconscious of it. Maybe one day she'll find it, And I'll be there to share the knowledge this forum taught me. For now, I try to warn her but she don't take it seriously...
        Jul 20, 2019 at 6:37 PM
      4. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        To quote another TT user: [QUOTE="Ken219, post: 416271, member: 4410"]Sometimes it is live and learn. Don't touch! That is hot! I told you. Very sad.[/QUOTE]
        Jul 20, 2019 at 6:45 PM
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    2. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Dysacusis is coming... I hear ringing among some normal noises. Like my computer fan. Or water. Also when i scratch my beard haha. Damn...
      1. Rb86
        Rb86
        Is that what that is? I've had that since early on. When the shower runs or sink. Stops as soon as I turn it off. That's gotten better though
        Jul 19, 2019 at 9:55 AM
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      2. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        @Rb86 Yeah i think so, Every threads I find on Dysacusis describe my (our) symptoms. And yeah it come and goes too. It come often with a ear pain in my case.
        Jul 19, 2019 at 3:04 PM
    3. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I REALLY miss my headphones, As a big gamer, it's really hard to play with speakers... I'm like Gollum with his ring haha. I can do it!
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      2. dayma
        dayma
        Same here. I still play off on on but not nearly the same co-op games.
        Jul 18, 2019 at 8:06 PM
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    4. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Slept 14h (2AM-4PM don't judge me haha) and my T has never be so silent. Sleep a lot really help!
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      3. Rb86
        Rb86
        I'm so jealous. Sleep is a big challenge for me. Do you guys take something for sleep or use sound machines?
        Jul 17, 2019 at 10:38 AM
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      4. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        @Rb86 I always hated silence, even before my tinnitus, so I don't need anything to sleep except TV. My personnality help me a lot haha. My T is mild though.
        Take care!
        Jul 17, 2019 at 3:33 PM
      5. TheDanishGirl
        TheDanishGirl
        @Rb86 I take mirtazapine to sleep. Works great, but I can very rarely sleep 11 hours or more. Sound machine never did anything for me.....I need silence to fall asleep naturally.
        Jul 17, 2019 at 4:11 PM
    5. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I met my ENT today : No hearing loss, perfect ear-drum. Eustachian tube dysfunction he said. He is sure my T will go away by itself. Hmm..
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      3. Zeneth
        Zeneth
        that's what they all say
        Jul 16, 2019 at 5:27 AM
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      4. HeavyMantra
        HeavyMantra
        They are clueless, but good luck. Your T seems to have potential to get much better or go away though, so maybe he'll be right
        Jul 16, 2019 at 12:51 PM
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      5. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        Well, Even if he's wrong, He gave me some positivity, I don't expect my T to go away, but it help to keep going :) I choose a young ENT with modern formation (Around 30yo), I prefer haha.
        Jul 16, 2019 at 3:29 PM
    6. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Tomorrow I will met my first ENT and osteopath. If they find nothing, I guess I'll just live with it!
    7. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      2 days without fullness or any pain. Let's keep going.
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      2. Contrast
        Contrast
        Awesome, Keep letting your ears rest and you will continue to get better!
        Jul 12, 2019
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    8. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      This morning in my bed, it took me a lot of time to notice my T. Never happened before. Good day! :D
    9. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Today was my first day that looked like "habituation". Early but it is mild. No stress, no panic. "T got louder ? Okay, it happen." :)
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      2. OnceUponaTime
        OnceUponaTime
        Good for you. Hope you continue to improve.
        Jul 11, 2019
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    10. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I see that some of us cried because of T/H. Never happened to me. I must be very lucky or very insensitive.Wish you the best,you can do it.
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      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Your T is very mild. Unless you get a new acoustic trauma, my guess is that you will be over it in the next 6-12 (at most 24) months.
        Jul 9, 2019
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      3. Eric N
        Eric N
        some people have taken there life over this let alone cried
        Jul 9, 2019
      4. OnceUponaTime
        OnceUponaTime
        Count your blessings. A lot of people here struggle with severe, intrusive, live altering tinnitus.
        Jul 12, 2019
    11. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      One month now and my T changed out of nowhere. Ears switched their conditions. (Unilateral T).What a journey. It never stop to surprise me
    12. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Okay, H was probably eustachian disfunction when I woke up, seem gone. T sound like a mild small high pitched Bell. Each day is a new T.
    13. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Bad mood today, idk why, my T isnt that loud but meh.. Bored of it..
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      2. Striveon
        Striveon
        My mood shifts a lot... today I decided to become anxiety free, let's see how long this can last.
        Jul 5, 2019
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      3. MarkX
        MarkX
        Did it get louder?
        Jul 6, 2019
      4. New Guy
        New Guy
        I feel ya.
        Jul 6, 2019
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    14. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Today I can say my T do not bother me at all. I can live normally again. Phase of acceptation ? Idk. If it stay at 1/10 i'd say yes.
    15. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Tinnitus come and goes.. Each times I'm like "It's gone!!" and then a few min after it come back.. And a few hour later it goes. Wtf brain!
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      2. New Guy
        New Guy
        If it's going for a while it can go away for longer. It takes time, be patient.
        Jul 4, 2019
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    16. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Today is officially my first month with T. I'd say it lost (from mild to very mild) 80% of its power, It do not impact me that much anymore.
    17. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      No T since my dentist appointement. Don't have much Hope but.. An irrationnal faith got me. Afraid of sleeping and waking up with T again.
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      2. New Guy
        New Guy
        Enjoy the silence while you've got it! I hope it stays with you.
        Jul 3, 2019
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      3. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        @New Guy Unfortunately it's back this morning as expected haha, but very mild. Thank you for your kind word, wish you the best !
        Jul 3, 2019
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    18. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I saw my dentist today... And anesthesic killed my T. It came back when anesthesic stopped operate.
    19. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Tomorrow is finally my checkup day. One month after T beginning. I don't expect a cure, but at least the cause of my ear troubles!
    20. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      3-4 days without H. T is 1/10, keep going
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      2. Strife_84
        Strife_84
        You improved very quickly.
        Jun 30, 2019
    21. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Today my T begin to disappear! Sometime it come back to 1/10 . I will not say Victory too soon tho. Will keep everyone in touch.
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    22. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Just woke up and my T ear was wet, unlike my normal ear. Strange !
    23. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      First day without noticable H. Great day for my T. 1 to 2/10
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    24. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Today I woke up with a T almost inexistent ! A mild H is still here sometimes. T 1/10 H 3/10 not painful. 3w after trauma + extrême anxiety
    25. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      First day in a loud city After my 3w trauma. I'm at train station, right ear very sensitive but not pain at all. Wait and see.
    26. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      H come and left everyday, wtf brain ? Decide yourself!
    27. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Just had a spike, the first since the beginning 3w ago, but it lasted 5sec, was just watching TV at a normal volume. Just wanted to share.
      1. OnceUponaTime
        OnceUponaTime
        It was probably fleeting tinnitus and not a spike.
        Jun 24, 2019
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    28. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      How could a 0.5second noise that hurt my both ears could possibly only affect my right ear ? + noise came from my left, Brain is a mystery
      1. Jack Straw
        Jack Straw
        Unilaterally tinnitus is usually uncommon. Have you brought this up to an ENT. He may suggest an MRI
        Jun 22, 2019
      2. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        @Jack Straw Didnt see any ENT yet, only my doctor and he only removed ear wax. But yep, unilaterally T and H sometime, or at least the right T is too loud to notice the left one (3/10 to 4/10 i'd say), can't say. Huge period of anxiety before my T and still anxious today. Wait and see I guess!
        Jun 23, 2019
    29. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      3 weeks after beginning of my T, H is comming slowly, Hope it will stay mild
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Nov 20, 1995 (Age: 23)
    Location:
    France
    Tinnitus Since:
    06/2019
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Probably Acoustic Trauma