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CrystalB

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At the moment I need some success stories on how anyone has hibernated to high pitch loud tinnitus,I’m hopeless right now. Oct 11, 2021 at 1:07 AM

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    1. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      At the moment I need some success stories on how anyone has hibernated to high pitch loud tinnitus,I’m hopeless right now.
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      2. Wrfortiscue
        Wrfortiscue
        How high? Can crickets mask it?
        Oct 11, 2021 at 6:10 AM
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      3. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        I could try. It’s extremely high pitch.
        Oct 11, 2021 at 9:55 PM
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      4. Robster
        Robster
        Wish I knew the answer. My T has been the highest pitch it has ever been today. This is a brutal condition.
        Oct 12, 2021 at 2:03 AM
    2. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Yesterday I barely could hear my tinnitus,woke up this morning it’s so loud and high pitch,How can I go on like this,how can I deal
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      3. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        My ears was more stopped up yesterday and tinnitus was not as loud,Today my ears are more open and it’s louder,I don’t understand.I have allergies,sometimes I stir up my allergies on purpose to make my ears and nose clogged up to get relief from tinnitus.
        Oct 9, 2021
      4. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        Has anyone experience that?
        Oct 9, 2021
      5. Robster
        Robster
        It's good that you have found a way to reduce your T, but unfortunate that it involves provoking your allergies. Hope things improve for you.
        Oct 10, 2021
    3. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I can’t even swallow without my ears popping
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      3. Tanni
        Tanni
        ENT can't find anything wrong. MRI fine. I got it a couple of days after tinnitus, and someone suggested to me that it was probably caused by the stress/anxiety of that. I would love to know for sure - such an odd symptom.
        Sep 29, 2021
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      4. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        That’s the way mine is,got it after I got tinnitus,so weird.is your tinnitus high pitch?
        Sep 30, 2021
      5. Tanni
        Tanni
        All kinds of sounds, but not currently high pitched. Don't think the tinnitus pitch has any significance re cause etc, but there are others who disagree so I stand to be corrected.
        Oct 1, 2021
    4. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I had surgery in May,when I came out of surgery waking up I did not remember hearing tinnitus,even at home after surgery for about a day?
      1. Stacken77
        Stacken77
        @CrystalB What a wonderful experience it must have been to experience silence, if only for a day. I don't know for certain, but if there was any anesthesia involved, it could have maybe silenced the tinnitus temporarily?
        Sep 22, 2021
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        It did seem good.Tinnitus might had still been there but I might had been so out of it I couldn’t hear it. If the anesthesia did have effect on my tinnitus would that mean my tinnitus is coming from my Brain?
        Sep 22, 2021
      3. Robster
        Robster
        Tinnitus emenates from the brain over amplifying the signals it sends after the ear's hair cells are damaged or compromised.
        Sep 24, 2021
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    5. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      My worst ear that is the loudest I’ve been plugging up because it’s so high pitch it hurts,and to try to get use to the sound.Is that ok?
    6. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I’ve had tinnitus over 4 years and I’m back to square one with it, how do I train myself all over again to accept it? This is me now.
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      3. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        Do any of you work? I need to work, but how?
        Sep 21, 2021
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      4. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        @CrystalB yes, I work. :) It was hard at first, but it really is mind over matter. I told myself that I can do it, and T isn’t/wasn’t gunna stop me. You really have to be strong. I know you can do it! X
        Sep 21, 2021
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      5. Robster
        Robster
        I'm still working from home due to the pandemic, but work want people to start doing a minimum of 2 days a week in the office from October. Dreading it.
        Sep 23, 2021
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    7. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Is anyone’s ears sensitive to sound?My tinnitus is so high pitch my ears hurt towards sounds of everyday living.
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      2. Rudedog205
        Rudedog205
        yeah, it could be some hyperacusis which is quite common with tinnitus
        Sep 21, 2021
    8. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Just curious, does anyone on here have singing or musical tinnitus?
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      2. danielthor
        danielthor
        I’m in the dark about the difference between “musicial tinnitus” and “audiotory hallucination”. I have a tone that’s music, but it’s also sometimes something from real-life conversation and even internal dialogue. Luckily most of gets drowned out by the piercing tone. If it was any louder I would go insane
        Sep 18, 2021
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      3. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        Once I started humming to myself, and thought ‘what is that tune?’ Then I realised I was humming my tinnitus tune. -_- so yeah, my ears have a little musical thing going on.
        Sep 19, 2021
      4. SD7
        SD7
        I have this garbage in my right ear. It seems particularly sensitive to high frequencies. I work near a window downstairs and there are wind chimes outside and if I stay down long enough they become absorbed in my tinnitus. Usually evaporates after an hour or so.
        Sep 19, 2021
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    9. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      How can you habituate to your tinnitus when it changes so much everyday,anyone else’s like this?so loud it takes over.
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      3. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        Can you hear yours over just about anything?
        Sep 18, 2021
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      4. danielthor
        danielthor
        When it spikes, yes
        Sep 18, 2021
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      5. LilSass
        LilSass
        Hi Crystal! I've now had tinnitus almost 2 years, some days are harder than others. Mine changes volume from day to day, it can be super quiet to being able to hear almost over everything. Not sure it will every seem 'normal'. Hope you're doing ok! :)
        Sep 20, 2021
    10. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Does anyone else have a extremely high pitch tinnitus?and has hibernated to it?
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        I’ve had this for over 4 years, some days are okay but here lately I feel like I’m back at the first day it came. Do any of you have hearing loss?
        Sep 16, 2021
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      3. Damocles
        Damocles
        Well, spikes always make me feel that way @CrystalB. Take me right back to square one until they alleviate, or on the occasions where they're permanent, I get used to them.

        About the hearing loss: none that can be detected on a standard audiogram, no. But I find it highly unlikely that anyone with noise induced tinnitus wouldn't have (hidden) hearing loss to some degree.
        Sep 16, 2021
      4. PortugalTheMan
        PortugalTheMan
        @Damocles If we think about it everyone has hearing loss, if our ear has a threshold of 0hz - 20khz everyone has high frequency hearing loss.
        I think for us with tinnitus, if it's not something in the brain it's something messed up in our inner ear, nobody knows what.
        Sep 16, 2021
    11. Rajin
      Rajin
      It get better with time ... Mine I get some good days and some bad days . But I am thankful that it do get better .
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    12. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Has anyone experienced tinnitus for years and it goes away after years?the feeling of it not going away is hard to deal with.
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      3. Sentinel
        Sentinel
        After years and years we will probably have a treatment or cure if all else fails. That's what keeps me going.
        Jun 2, 2021
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      4. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Have you experienced Any fading over the past two years?
        Jun 3, 2021
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      5. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        @Bill Bauer nope, mine fluctuates so bad,one day it’s so quite,then there’s like tonight where it’s so loud I can’t hardly stand it.I just done understand :(
        Jun 8, 2021
    13. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I’ve got over one thing,Had to have surgery May 4th it went good.Now I’m dealing with a Tinnitus spike,why this now?!
    14. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Does Weather effect anyone Tinnitus?
      1. Lurius
        Lurius
        I've just wondered that myself, I made a post about it just a few days ago. But we have super sunny weather today so I don't think it does after all. If it did, my T would be ok today.
        May 30, 2021
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        True.I have thought it could be weather but my tinnitus has got worse and it’s been sunny.
        Jun 1, 2021
    15. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      So Blessed
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      2. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        Same girl! :)
        May 28, 2021
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    16. alyssaG
      alyssaG
      hi did you do your surgical procedure? i just started hearing ringing in my ears this month and im having popping in both ears. i saw on a post that you had the same thing. has anything worked for you?
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        I did have my surgery done,and it didn’t effect my ears at all,so glad for that.Sounds like we have Similar Tinnitus problems.I saw a ear Exercise on YouTube a while back I do every once and awhile,it seems to help with my fullness in my ears.
        May 28, 2021
    17. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I having a surgical procedure done next month,I’m nervous,maybe a dumb question,does anyone know if general anesthesia effect tinnitus?
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    18. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Has anyone had tubes put in there ears,did it help with tinnitus?can you tell any difference?
      1. just1morething
        just1morething
        I had them put in and it didn't help. My loud noise in left ear is either barotrauma caused or TMD. Is your noise in one ear or both?
        Feb 7, 2021
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        My tinnitus is in both ears but my rights seems worse. I have ETD and I wondered if tubes helped with the tinnitus or the feeling full.
        Apr 4, 2021
    19. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I had a ocular migraine,3 days later I got tinnitus,I’ve had tinnitus ever since.they day of my ocular migraine I panicked and screamed.
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      2. Fightingscream
        Fightingscream
        Sorry to hear this. How long have you had this going on for?
        Jan 13, 2021
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      3. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        I’ve had it for almost 4 years! Long time lol
        Jan 19, 2021
    20. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I seen where someone had said,they learned to deal with tinnitus better by just not caring any more about it.I’m going to give that a try.
      1. Paulmanlike
        Paulmanlike
        Takes a while and you eventually accept it if you're new to it.
        Jan 6, 2021
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    21. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I have perfect hearing.but I can hear my tinnitus over my tv right now.
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      3. LukeYoung
        LukeYoung
        @CrystalB what it means is that you may very well have hearing loss in the higher frequencies. Humans can hear upto 16,000-20,000 but the standard test goes up to 8 I think. In my case, I also have good hearing apparently. But my T sounds like a high pitched hiss. Kind of like an old tv when it’s turned on.
        Jan 1, 2021
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      4. LukeYoung
        LukeYoung
        You can actually go on websites and put the tone slider up until you match it with your T, this will give an idea on what frequency your t is
        Jan 1, 2021
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      5. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        @LukeYoung thats usually how mine sounds a extremely high pitched hissing sound. I’ll have to try that. Because I can hear my T when it’s loud some days over my t.v
        Jan 5, 2021
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    22. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      This is odd.I have stayed indoors for 3 days not getting out much,my tinnitus has been more quite.I go outside today and it’s becoming loud.
      1. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Were you exposed to any loud noises outside?
        Dec 28, 2020
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      2. aot
        aot
        Maybe it's reactive?
        Dec 28, 2020
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      3. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        Nope no loud noises,but traffic.it’s odd.maybe it is reactive,what does that mean?would weather have something to do with it?but wouldn’t it be the same indoors as outdoors if it was weather?
        Dec 29, 2020
    23. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Stupid question but can toe nail fungus nail polish cause tinnitus? Has anyone ever heard of that before?
      1. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Dec 22, 2020
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        Thank you! I don’t see it on the list maybe that wasn’t it.
        Dec 23, 2020
      3. LukeYoung
        LukeYoung
        Don’t think so
        Jan 5, 2021
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    24. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Trying to sleep T is super loud tonight. Help
      1. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Could something have caused this spike?

        In any case, you need to start using sound masking. The sounds of crickets work well for high pitch T.
        Dec 16, 2020
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        We have had bad weather where I live and my tinnitus gets louder unbearable. I don’t know why.
        Dec 16, 2020
    25. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I have not been on here in years seems like. My tinnitus is still the same but I’ve became more immune too it, still gave bad days.
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    26. CAgirl
      CAgirl
      How are you these days Crystal? Your T sounds a lot like mine!
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        @CAgirl im doing okay how are you? Sounds like we have similar tinnitus!
        Jan 6, 2021
    27. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Stress really causes Tinnitus to go crazy!
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    28. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      I haven’t been on here seems like in forever!I’ve been ok,still have tinnitus, it’s not changed but I have,I try not to let it win over me.
    29. Sam98
      Sam98
      Hi. May I ask if you’re still dealing with ETD? Have you found any kind of treatment or relief?
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      2. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        I am still dealing with ETD. I have learned to use a exercise with popping and opening my ears it seems to help some with fullness, but tinnitus is same.
        Oct 24, 2019
    30. CrystalB
      CrystalB
      Why is it the more my ears feel better and not feel so full my tinnitus becomes louder! I’m so fed up!
      1. Strife_84
        Strife_84
        Same thing here. When my ears feel normal, tinnitus is louder.
        Apr 9, 2019
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      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Have you been exposed to moderate noises like a vacuum cleaner?
        Apr 9, 2019
      3. CrystalB
        CrystalB
        I do at work, it’s a dish washer and buzzer when the food comes out of the fryer, I work in a deli, but that all the noises that I’m around that moderate. I tried to explain to my ENT about the situation with my ears and he said he didn’t have a clue or understood why they were like that. He said you would think the better your ears felt the better the tinnitus become.
        Apr 9, 2019
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jun 29, 1987 (Age: 34)
    Location:
    United States of America
    Occupation:
    Cake Decorater (Bakery)
    Tinnitus Since:
    11/2017
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Unknown
    I have had Tinnitus for almost 4 years!