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Had quite a few quiet mornings when waking up . Hope this is a good sign Jun 18, 2019 at 6:15 AM

    1. COYS
      COYS
      Had quite a few quiet mornings when waking up . Hope this is a good sign
    2. FlyingDown
      FlyingDown
      Has your TTTS/ear spasming to sudden noises gotten better?
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      2. FlyingDown
        FlyingDown
        Right on, yeah mine is triggered from noises in a more quiet environment (my own voice, crisp packets like yourself, cutlery hitting etc). Not sure if I should baby the ear (keeping an earbud in the problem ear seems to stop it from spasming at all) or just carry on as usual. Shame that this issue is not well understood.
        Jun 14, 2019 at 9:35 AM
      3. COYS
        COYS
        I used to get a tingling sensation around my ear as well. Its very on and off now and seems to be getting less and less. I dont have ear pain from noise specifically just the spasming or popping sensation. Its very irritating. I went with the logic of dont over protect them against everything but protecting when doing DIY etc.
        Jun 14, 2019 at 10:01 AM
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      4. FlyingDown
        FlyingDown
        For some reason I can't find the area to respond to your conversation COYS. Can't find a place to type to respond.
        Jun 14, 2019 at 1:32 PM
    3. COYS
      COYS
      Realised today that crisp packets and the microwave beep feels okay to my ears. Progress ...
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      2. COYS
        COYS
        Don’t want to jinx it but I’m assuming it’s a positive
        Jun 11, 2019
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      3. Strife_84
        Strife_84
        That is positive! But I found out if I overwork my ears, the beeps and so on start to feel bad again. So it's physical?
        Jun 11, 2019
      4. COYS
        COYS
        I guess it is! My spasms seem to be getting less but then the odd day they come back again
        Jun 11, 2019
    4. COYS
      COYS
      If Lenire can get my T permanently down to my “just woke up can barely hear it level” I’ll be over the moon
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    5. COYS
      COYS
      Closest to silence I’ve experienced so far this morning. High pitched eeeee was gone completely ?! Then returned
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      2. MarkX
        MarkX
        Yeah mine seems low in the morning as well. Is yours in both ears? Mine is just one ear. But it seems to be moving to in my head. Idk anymore.
        May 27, 2019
      3. COYS
        COYS
        Mine is mainly in the right. If I plug each ear separately the right seems to be louder
        May 28, 2019
    6. MarkX
      MarkX
      Is your T still fading? What would you say it is on 1/10?
      1. COYS
        COYS
        Hello. No I’d say mine is ok average 2 and sometimes a 3. When I wake up in the morning it’s sometimes a 1. Which makes me hopefull that it’s fading
        May 26, 2019
    7. COYS
      COYS
      Tingling has been better the last two days having done nothing different. I'll take it though
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    8. COYS
      COYS
      I think I’ve worked out that it’s TTTS causing my tingling. It was spasming with my head on my pillow and now that ear has the Sensation
    9. COYS
      COYS
      T is getting better, music sounds better (I think). Spasms and tingling sensation are so anoyying !
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      2. COYS
        COYS
        Never both ears at the same time. Sometimes my left sometimes my right. What does that mean?!
        May 20, 2019
      3. Strife_84
        Strife_84
        Yes, the spasm are worst and the strange tingling sensation.
        May 20, 2019
      4. COYS
        COYS
        I mean don’t get me wrong I’d rather that than sharp pains. But it’s so random that’s it’s only ever one ear at a time
        May 20, 2019
    10. COYS
      COYS
      Why is my ear pain back for no reason. Went to bed with just right ear pain. Woke up with just left ear pain. :(
    11. COYS
      COYS
      Good news: sat in a quiet room at work 45db ave and not sure if I can hear my T. bad news: Ear spasms are more noticeable than usual! ARGH
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    12. COYS
      COYS
      Just woke up In a quiet room and had to strain to hear my T for almost ten mins! Closest to silence I’ve had for months
      1. rdz
        rdz
        That's good. Hopefully you wont be able to hear it anymore.
        May 11, 2019
    13. Contrast
      Contrast
      You are making good progress, but please focus on protecting your ears so you make the best recovery possible.
      1. COYS
        COYS
        I definitely will be . Just want to recover as much as possible :)
        Apr 30, 2019
      2. COYS
        COYS
        @Contrast was your healing linear in terms of the ear pain and spasms ? Mine was really good for 3/4 weeks and now it’s back slightly for some reason
        May 19, 2019
    14. COYS
      COYS
      Fire alarm went off at work 2m from me and didnt affect me that much. Is this a sign my H is getting better?!
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      3. COYS
        COYS
        Ears didn’t hurt either... but cutlery still makes my ear spasm!?
        Apr 30, 2019
      4. Contrast
        Contrast
        just because the noiceptors in the cochlea aren't activating doesn't mean you should expose yourself to noxious noise. Pain hyperacusis will come back
        Apr 30, 2019
      5. GSC
        GSC
        Plugs your ears next time. Don't test what your ears can and cannot handle.
        Apr 30, 2019
    15. COYS
      COYS
      No ear pain for just over two weeks. Hopefully this continues and these ear spasms disappear too
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      2. Strife_84
        Strife_84
        They will disappear. My ear spams have reduced to almost zero. Let's keep fighting!
        Apr 25, 2019
      3. COYS
        COYS
        4 months in so far. Still hopeful they will stop
        Apr 25, 2019
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    16. COYS
      COYS
      First time cycling since T. No spike or pain and good to be back on the bike :)
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      2. PDodge
        PDodge
        Same here, If my ears are shit, they are for the day. at least sports takes the mind off it. I hear my T less out in the wood mtn biking
        Apr 26, 2019
      3. COYS
        COYS
        I agree. My ears didnt hurt so ill take that. T didnt really spike that I noticed so I'm going to carry on cycling.
        Apr 26, 2019
      4. erik
        erik
        Good for you! I mountain bike often and play soccer 3x a week. Both always spike my T but it's not permanent. It usually settles down by the next day. Regardless, I won't let T deter me from doing the activities I love spike or no spike!
        Apr 26, 2019
    17. COYS
      COYS
      Whole day of DIY and gardening done and no ear pain or spike. Feeling good
      1. OnceUponaTime
        OnceUponaTime
        Good for you!
        Apr 20, 2019
    18. COYS
      COYS
      Don’t want to jinx it but have been sleeping much better. Need to get back into cycling and get exercising again !
    19. COYS
      COYS
      Quiet again when waking up. After a couple of minutes.... There it is
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    20. COYS
      COYS
      Ear fullness and Tingling is getting me down today. Wish I just had T I deal with that better :(
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      2. Strife_84
        Strife_84
        Do sounds make it feel more like that? If I am exposed to sounds, it startd to feel like rubber ball is behind my ear, inside my head.
        Apr 12, 2019
      3. COYS
        COYS
        Yeah its a weird sensation. sometimes for no reason at all then it can be fine for hours on end.
        Apr 12, 2019
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      4. Strife_84
        Strife_84
        I think it might be cochlea Imflammation.
        Apr 12, 2019
    21. COYS
      COYS
      Why can’t my T stay at the “just woke up not sure if I can hear it level” 30 seconds of bliss
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      2. Drone Draper
        Drone Draper
        Fingers crossed, Sir. I'm sceptical by nature. I've got some hope now that I can at least function with this level of noise. If it never improves beyond this, but doesn't worsen, I think I can live a decent life. I hope you are well.
        Apr 12, 2019
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      3. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Unless you experience a new trauma, there is no reason for your T to not continue to fade. Of course, the more it fades, the slower it tends to fade, but nevertheless all of this fading eventually begins to add up.
        Apr 13, 2019
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      4. Drone Draper
        Drone Draper
        Thanks, that is my hope. I've been told that I'm prone to catastrophic thinking, so I'm trying not to focus on the possibility of it getting worse on its own. I'm doing all the protective measures I can and will stay well away from concerts or clubs for the foreseeable future. I would ask how yours is doing, but my understanding is that you've stopped discussing it in public.
        Apr 13, 2019
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    22. Fauzy
      Fauzy
      Just to say that I suggest you be careful if you ear flutters on the phone. Can you use loud speaker instead. It is just that I had this fluttering from holding the receiver of a land line phone to my ear and then this led to my first experience of tinnitus. It was only temporary and then faded. Later it became permanent after an acoustic trauma with a fire alarm.
      1. Yugal Rai
        Yugal Rai
        Wait so it faded and became permanent.? How do u know it’s permanent this time ?
        Apr 12, 2019
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    Jan 2019
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Acoustic Trauma/Shock