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Blodorn

Member, Male, 23, from France

Going on the forum less and less... Because I'm taking my life back after 3month+ ! Having more days when I don't listen to my T. Take care! Sep 18, 2019 at 10:06 PM

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    1. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Going on the forum less and less... Because I'm taking my life back after 3month+ ! Having more days when I don't listen to my T. Take care!
      1. Auron and Stu1983 like this.
    2. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Woke up in silence. T is back but I see some progress!
      1. CroakyBat, Bill Bauer and dayma like this.
    3. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Had a sinus scanner ! Results : Sinusitis.
      1. Mister Muso
        Mister Muso
        How do you get a sinus scan? I've had sinus congestion for years, but when I mentioned it to my ENT doc, he just said "oh yes lots of people have that" and changed the subject.
        Sep 11, 2019
      2. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        @Mister Muso Hm, go to another ENT/GP that is more concerned about your condition ? My GP just told me to get a sinus scan. I didn't have to ask!
        Sep 12, 2019
      3. sleepingsiren
        sleepingsiren
        Any treatment options?
        Sep 15, 2019 at 4:32 PM
    4. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Oops, no spike from dentist but dysacusis is back : A low tone above some noise, like shower etc... yeepee!
      1. CroakyBat
        CroakyBat
        Sorry to hear that man, hope you feel better soon!
        Sep 10, 2019
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    5. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Okay, met a 2nd ENT and dentist. Still no problem and hearing loss. dentist said I have a malocclusion. No spike from dentist btw as always.
      1. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        Oops : Dysacusis is back, a phone tone above shower etc... Yay!
        Sep 9, 2019
    6. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Tomorrow : Sinus scanner 'cause my doc asked me to do it + Dentist to looking for TMJ. I will share the results!
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    7. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I can't swallow food without a sip of water and have trouble chewing most of foods because my jaw muscles become numb. Dentist, here I come.
      1. sleepingsiren likes this.
      2. Vukis
        Vukis
        Hi, what told your dentist about numb jaw muscles, i think, that i have same issue and Im afraid to do not get trigeminal neuralgia
        Sep 10, 2019
    8. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Back from 1w vacation, went to a amusement park, a lot of scream next to me. No spikes. It was a good healthy week, needed it!
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      2. Blodorn
        Sep 2, 2019
      3. Auron
        Auron
        @Striveon I first stopped wearing protection at home.I use to not be able to stand dishes being put on counter and I always thought the TV was too loud even when on very low volumes.Someone putting a spoon in the sink was the WORSE.I stopped wearing ear muffs at home now,but the first few days I made sure to put them back on if something caused pain or discomfort.Now I can tolerate everyday house noises very well.
        Sep 3, 2019
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      4. Auron
        Auron
        @Striveon *Continued*

        Took about a week or so for me to get to that point,I think,in my case,that I made my noise sensitity worse due to protecting too much.We are all different so listen to your body/ears and heed their warnings if something doesn't feel right.
        Sep 3, 2019
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    9. Vukis
      Vukis
      Hi Blodorn, did you still have dysacusis as sypmtom or it has subsided? For me it started 4 days ago first time in my life and i thought that i will loose my job, because in some places i hear this additional whistling sound
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      2. Allan Mcmillan
        Allan Mcmillan
        No clue, potentially loud noise but I really don't know.
        Aug 27, 2019
      3. Allan Mcmillan
        Allan Mcmillan
        As for how my story started. Years of drumming followed by playing electric guitar using headphones. Happened as soon as I took off the headphones.
        Aug 27, 2019
      4. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        Hi ! Sorry for the late answer. I did not see your question.
        Nop, I do not suffer from dyacusis anymore. It usually come back when I experiment a sudden loud noise (not dangerous) close to my ear and it last for maybe a week.
        Ignore it, It will disappear with time!
        Maybe your dysacusis is gone now ? I hope so !
        Sep 6, 2019
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    10. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Is liquid ear-wax in the morning normal ? Really strange haha.
      1. sleepingsiren
        sleepingsiren
        Thats the ear cleaning itself out.
        Aug 24, 2019
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    11. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      To news sufferers, a tip : Live your passion. Just finished a video game in 40h, During these 40h, I didnt care of my T. Game was too good!
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      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Are you advising people to ignore the risk of getting a new acoustic trauma? Would you advise a diabetes sufferer, whose passion is chocolate, to eat a lot of chocolate?
        Aug 18, 2019
    12. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Oof, D+2 without prednisolone, my T is louder than ever. It's okay, No emotionnal response needed. Let's keep living!
      1. Rb86
        Rb86
        It's going to be louder for a little while now that you're off. This will settle down in a week or two in my experience
        Aug 14, 2019
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    13. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Yesterday my friend yelled and my ear hurted me. No spike but distortions are back. I think my H still exist but stay hidden in a corner
    14. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Day 2 on prednisolone and antibiotic, (Also ear drop and nasal spray) No noticable change but my T is mild as usual.
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      2. TheDanishGirl
        TheDanishGirl
        What are you taking antibiotics for if I may ask?
        Aug 8, 2019
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      3. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        @Mathieulh @TheDanishGirl I dont know much, He said "Your eardrum is inflamed, take this this and this, bye."He didnt explain, So I just follow the treatment, Prednisolone and antibiotic. No side effect. But the eardrop hurt my ear canal for a couple hours.
        Aug 8, 2019
      4. TheDanishGirl
        TheDanishGirl
        Sorry about that. Hope you feel better soon and have no trouble with the antibiotics in terms of the tinnitus :) I have personally been lucky to never have needed antibiotics.......I fear them greatly now, and hope I will never have to take them.
        Aug 8, 2019
    15. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Cefpodoxime - 8 days Prednisone - 5 days This week will be fun for my T
    16. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      My doc found out Ear infection. Oops.
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      2. Blodorn
        Blodorn
        Fullness in ear, pain, Eustachian tube dysfonction. I dont know if it will help my T, but at least my ears wont hurt me anymore !
        Aug 6, 2019
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      3. HeavyMantra
        HeavyMantra
        Related or unrelated to your T, do you know?
        Aug 7, 2019
      4. Sam98
        Sam98
        Symptoms look similar to mine, keep us posted!
        Aug 13, 2019
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    17. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I'm pretty fine these days. Video games helps a lot!
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      2. HeavyMantra
        HeavyMantra
        Whatcha playing?
        Aug 6, 2019
    18. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      2month mark crossed. Happy birthday Tinnitus!
    19. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I take so many shower since it litterally give me silence for a few minutes when I get out. Sorry Earth for the waste or water...
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      2. Rb86
        Rb86
        I get the same....although no more than a minute.
        Aug 3, 2019
      3. Mathieulh
        Mathieulh
        Likewise, shower is literally the only thing that masks my tinnitus.
        Aug 3, 2019
    20. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Went home and noticed it was more silent than usual. My Home is usually the worst place for my T. But I heard silence for 5min. It was good!
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      2. Rb86
        Rb86
        Sooo jealous. I haven't heard it yet. Been close once or twice but not yet. The ear fullness/dullness is most bothersome currently
        Aug 2, 2019
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    21. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I have to upgrade my profile picture, this pics was taken 1month before my Tinnitus. I do not look like my old self anymore haha...
    22. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      T forced me to accelerate projects just in case I become depressive. me and my gf will go to Japan in 2020. It's our couple dream. thx T.
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      2. Mymlan
        Mymlan
        I’m happy for you! Keep your positive spirit up.
        Aug 4, 2019
    23. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      I'm trying to get some distance with forums as I'm kinda addict to them. I Only come to read success story and update statut!
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      2. Contrast
        Contrast
        that's how you get misguided. Success stories can be regretted after made.
        Jul 29, 2019
    24. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      It's been a long time since I've had pure tone. Now it's only electrical noise in my head. Very mild. It Seem like a progress.
    25. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      New discovery : I can modulate my T with my jaw and my neck. I could give chiropractor or osteopath a try.
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      2. HeavyMantra
        HeavyMantra
        Look for physiotherapists specialized in tinnitus. They might not know a lot about T, but they do understand it more than doctors if the cause is physical. As in jaw, neck, tension, muscle related stuff
        Jul 27, 2019
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      3. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        With respect Blodorn, you haven't listened to acted upon any of the advice that I have given you. I really don't know why I bother as it's a complete waste of time. If you are not careful, you are going to make your tinnitus much worse like someone else in this forum that didn't listen.
        Jul 27, 2019
      4. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        Leave your tinnitus alone and stop monitoring every little change, this is quite normal. If you continue this behaviour and wanting to seek treatment you are likely to make things a lot worse, then you'll really have something to complain about. Leave the tinnitus alone!
        Jul 27, 2019
    26. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      24h without sleep for external reasons, My T do not seem to spike because of lack of sleep. Still looking for what could spike my T haha.
    27. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Pink noise kill my T. It's likely temporary but I could sit in silence for at least 5min. Maybe I can kill it with a pink noise therapy ?
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      2. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        The less you focus on the tinnitus the better you will feel. Don't try to use pink noise or any type of sound to mask or kill the tinnitus. You have to give it time, at least 12 to 18 months to recover. The more you concern yourself and worry over the tinnitus, the longer the habituation process will take.
        Jul 23, 2019
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    28. Blodorn
      Blodorn
      Oof. Bad day for my mental health. Have made a nap because I didnt want to do anything else.
      1. Mymlan
        Mymlan
        Good, I hope you got some rest :)
        I tried to take a nap today. It was impossible.
        Jul 22, 2019
    29. 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
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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
      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
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    30. 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
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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
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Nov 20, 1995 (Age: 23)
    Location:
    France
    Tinnitus Since:
    06/2019
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Unknown