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ErikaS

Member, Female, from Pennsylvania, USA

Doing well. Working in a school, grocery shopping, watching TV, can go out to eat. Looking forward to much better summer off than last year. May 15, 2024

    1. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Doing well. Working in a school, grocery shopping, watching TV, can go out to eat. Looking forward to much better summer off than last year.
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        No I do not, @kingsfan. I am cognizant of the environments I go into and at most it’s been medium noise exposure. No concerts, no very loud bars, etc. However I am thinking of getting custom earplugs this summer when I find myself in louder environments. Also going to note noise did not land me where I am, ear infection going inside inner ear and causing nerve damage/sudden hearing loss did.
        May 15, 2024
      4. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        Did you ever have any sound sensitivity at any point?
        May 16, 2024
      5. Daphne91
        Daphne91
        Well done dear! So happy for you and sure you’ll have longer and longer good stretches! ❤️
        May 29, 2024 at 9:08 AM
    2. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Something went awry tonight. I am trying to stay calm but very hard to. Took small dose of methylprednisolone last 3 days for virus…
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Hi @ErikaS! Just wanted to chime in. I’ve experienced that low hum also and also it was reactive. I didn’t hear much outside but inside it definitely acted up. I never figured out what it was but it eventually went away after a few weeks/months
        May 5, 2024
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      4. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        @ErikaS When did you take your last dose? It doesn't usually happen with such a short course, but it can throw off your cortisol levels for a little while. Maybe that can further cause changes until your body recovers? Just speculation.
        May 5, 2024
      5. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @kingsfan I only took it for three days. 4mg in AM and 4mg in PM. An hour after PM dose on day 3 (Friday evening) is when it happened so I just stopped taking it since it was such a low dose and only 3 days. However the past two days I have been dragging and SO tired, like a burn out tired feeling. I can’t imagine that is withdrawl from such a small dose and 3 days?
        May 7, 2024
    3. Zigs
      Zigs
      Hey @ErikaS hope you are doing okay. I just wondered if your morse code beeping noise settled at all?
      1. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Hey @Zigs , I am hanging in there, I hope you are as well. Funny enough, and annoyingly enough! It came back just about three weeks ago in my left ear when I experienced a bit of a spike. It seems to already have faded away again...
        Apr 16, 2024
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      2. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        However, I am pretty sure if my stress levels get really high again, lack of sleep, run down, etc. that will most likely give it room to beep up again. I have 3-4 main noises that have been with me and have never gone away, then there's some other sounds that come around during vulnerable times that seem to fade once I level out again.
        Apr 16, 2024
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      3. Zigs
        Zigs
        Aw I’m sorry to hear it came back but glad you are hanging in there! I have reactive T too and currently dealing with a major spike or worsening so I sympathise
        Apr 17, 2024
    4. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      I want to start working out to help my physical & mental state. But I am afraid to with my reactive T, have a fear it will worsen it..
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @MindOverMatter Just finished my workout and even did 8 minutes in the infrared sauna where I focused on breathing and relaxing the mind. Work in progress like you said, thank you!
        Apr 9, 2024
      4. Stayinghopeful
        Stayinghopeful
        100% go do it. You’ll feel better for it. You cannot live your life in constant fear of your tinnitus. It feeds it power.

        If your in the gym you might make it a little more noticeable with elevated blood pressure but it’ll calm down and you’ll feel really good walking out of the gym.

        Let it do it’s thing, you do yours in the meantime.

        Good luck
        Apr 13, 2024
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      5. Ryan Scott
        Ryan Scott
        @ErikaS I have worked out my whole life running and lifting weights. I stopped after getting tinnitus for a whole year. I started back working out in December and running again the last 3 months. It has greatly improved my mental well being. I usually go to the gym at 5am to beat the crowds.
        May 14, 2024
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    5. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Sharp static quality to ultrahigh sound is back w/spike. Sometimes u don’t realize how a sound quality has“improved”until a spike reminds u!
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      2. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Very somatic, can modulate it with jaw and neck movements. So, neck massages, relaxation, and mindset are top priority! Those go great with going back to work tomorrow (insert nervous face)
        Apr 1, 2024
      3. Ryan Scott
        Ryan Scott
        @ErikaS how have you been overall since returning back to work? I feel like it's good to get back out into life for the most part.
        Apr 2, 2024
      4. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Hey @Ryan Scott I was doing quite well honestly despite work being hectic, stressful, and exhausting and then getting a bad cold two weeks in. But now I’m in a spike and it’s bothersome. Hoping I can move through this spike okay as I have to keep going to work. How are you doing?
        Apr 2, 2024
    6. Andrew40
      Andrew40
      EricaS, sorry for bothering you. How are you I don’t understand why I’ve been getting worse and worse for 8 months... Now my tinnitus has moved from my ears to my head... There are a lot of high tones on each side, razor-piercing... They are reactive...
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        I take .5mg of Ativan in AM and PM, and then then 3.75mg of Remeron at night. When I’m stable and doing well, I almost forget to even take my Ativan. When I’m in a spike like now, I am thankful I have it and I am someone who can take it. Depending on how I am, my goal is to wean off both Remeron and Ativan this summer, but we will see.
        Apr 2, 2024
      4. Andrew40
        Andrew40
        I'm glad for you if the pills help you. Any pills only make things worse for me. I tried a benzodiazepine but on the 3rd day the tinnitus went from the ears to the head, maybe because of the benzo(Phenazepam)
        I also tried Mirtazapine 3.75, but on the 3rd day there was a strong spike A cranio-sacral therapist worked with me for the 3rd day, but it worsened again.
        Apr 2, 2024
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      5. 4Grace
        4Grace
        @ErikaS - working out is very good if it does not make you worse. I so wish I could take meds. Most of everything makes me worse. The odd Benzo spiked me a lot. Great to hear you are back to work. That’s great progress. I know it’s not easy but that’s really good news.
        Apr 12, 2024
    7. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Was around vacuuming yesterday w/ my heavy duty peltors on. Ears still got revved up, took 2 hrs to calm. Today, T more quiet than normal...
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @Supersix yes I am, I plan to wean off it in summer time when I’m off from work.
        Mar 30, 2024
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      4. Supersix
        Supersix
        @ErikaS
        I asked my psych what he would recommend for taper after 2-3 months. He said at 15 mg, you would cut it in half, take it for three days, and then stop. I expected at a higher dose, it would be longer. I take 3.5- to 4mg, like you. He wouldn't tell me at 4mg he used 15mg as an example.
        Apr 2, 2024
      5. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Hey @Supersix, the mg amount you and I take is so small that I believe my psychiatrist told me he would do like an every other for a week then wean completely. I told him I want to wean slowly off of anything, and he understood.
        Apr 2, 2024
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    8. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Sick with “fluid in middle ears and some ear drum bulging” ;( You’ll have that working in a school ! Spring break next week, thank God.
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      2. Supersix
        Supersix
        I have been dealing with ear infections my whole life. It's not fun when you get Otitis Media and experience fluid buildup. With T, it's even worse. It's a significant spike for me.
        Apr 1, 2024
    9. ccm302
      ccm302
      Glad to hear you're doing better. How much, if you can tell, did the lidocaine shots help?
      1. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @ccm302 I only did one round and honestly it temporarily aggravated/exacerbated my T. The nerves even inside my ear canal are on high alert, so the actual puncture of the shot in the ear canal alone I think did more aggravation than any relief the lidocaine would have given me. If you go to the tread I explain more in detail!
        Mar 10, 2024
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    10. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      First week back to work was a success. Overall feelings of gratitude & blessings. Kids are cute, no screamers as of yet! Ears holding up.
      1. Cmspgran
        Cmspgran
        Congrats, how’s the reactivity, still improving? You’re my inspiration being a year ahead of me with exact same symptoms!
        Mar 9, 2024
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      2. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @Cmspgran my tinnitus is still sound reactive. I honestly cannot say if the reactivity has objectively lessened, but I feel like tinnitus may calm to baseline faster now. I can say that I focus way less on the reactivity now, and therefore do not fixate on its ever variable status. What seems to really upset the T enough for me to notice a significant worsening is getting sick.
        Mar 12, 2024
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    11. ZFire
      ZFire
      Hi @ErikaS :). How has your return to work been?
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @ZFire Thankfully I am in a quiet part of the building and no screamers week 1! This AM they are actually pretty quiet, so cant complain. How's the sleep coming for you?
        Mar 9, 2024
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      4. Daphne91
        Daphne91
        Well done girl! Huge congrats for going back to work, staying busy at work helped me massively in the first months! @ErikaS you’ll see, it’ll make a world of difference without you realising!
        Mar 9, 2024
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      5. ZFire
        ZFire
        @ErikaS ! That’s so great to hear.. It’s another positive step forward on your journey back to feeling normal again, obviously with some adjustments needed.

        I’m really happy for you :).

        My sleep has gotten a bit better. I incorporated some high-intensity cardio that seems to be making a difference. thanks for checking in :)
        Mar 9, 2024
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    12. SarahMLFlemmer
      SarahMLFlemmer
      How's it going?
      1. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Hey @SarahMLFlemmer ! Thanks for asking girl. I am doing well, cannot complain, honestly feelings of gratitude and blessings as I was able to get back to work this week. Ears are maintaining stability, they have their moments but my mindset is so much better. How are you doing?
        Mar 9, 2024
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    13. MindOverMatter
      MindOverMatter
      @ErikaS How is your vibration feeling (TTTS) that you had back in October coming along? Has it lessened?
      1. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Hi @MindOverMatter ! Those have definitely improved. They appeared again during and after Covid due to inflammation and stress I believe, but I truly have found them to always subside especially with lower stress levels, not fixating on it, AND chiropractic upper neck and ear adjustments.
        Feb 28, 2024
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      2. MindOverMatter
        MindOverMatter
        I have exactly the same experience @ErikaS I also got a new bout after covid + lots ot tension and stress/fixating on it. It was quite intense for 4-5 weeks. I've learnt that this come and go, but during times with high stress its worse.
        Mar 4, 2024
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    14. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Claritin and Zyrtec seem to spike T. Anyone have luck with Allegra? I can do Benedryl at night, need something for daytime.
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      2. BellaMia
        BellaMia
        I do the nose spray, no spikes so far. Nasacort I believe it's called.
        Feb 24, 2024
    15. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Well friends, I go back to work as a school speech therapist FULL TIME March 1st.
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      2. StoneInFocus
        StoneInFocus
        Best of luck Erica, please get custom earplugs made!
        Feb 19, 2024
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @ZFire thank you for the support, well wishes, and advice! I just spoke with 2 administrative staff last week and definitely covered loud auditory events such as fire drills and even a screaming child in my room. With regards to the drills, teachers are always notified ahead of time when a drill would be, so that would allow me to exit the building before an alarm would go off...
        Feb 19, 2024
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      4. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @ZFire Thankfully, my specific elementary building hasn't even been setting off the actual fire alarm for practice drills, I think it is due to the amount of special needs children in our school that are very sensitive to things like that. So that is good! And there is a specific protocol for me to follow if a child were to uncontrollably scream in my room.
        Feb 19, 2024
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    16. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Ears were finally calming down from Covid, then caught something over a week ago, now I think its sinus infection ;( poor ears need a break!
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      2. Joshua Macleod
        Joshua Macleod
        Sorry to hear it, @ErikaS. How are you keeping otherwise?
        Feb 13, 2024
      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Thanks for asking @Joshua Macleod ! I just started to experience stability and some improvement 3 months ago. Unfortunately getting sick is not only a big physical trigger for me, but mental and emotional as well. I am working hard to move through these moments and to get my mind back to where it was before getting sick recently. Once I am there, I am almost certain the tinnitus will follow in a positive way.
        Feb 19, 2024
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    17. Andrew40
      Andrew40
      Sorry to bother you, do you have reactive tinnitus and can you listen to something? That is, tolerance to sounds has been preserved? I have loud noise and no tolerance...
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      2. Daphne91
        Daphne91
        Also @ErikaS my T has a somatic element (when I tilt head back) but only for one tone that’s not really the most prominent or annoying does it still classify as somatic as a whole/ can benefit from thr SS device I wonder?
        Feb 1, 2024
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @Daphne91 If you go to the Susan Shore thread and find @linearb posts, he did a great job explaining his response to treatment. He explained it as all of his tinnitus sounds lowered collectively, not just the most somatic. I truly believe it can have some effect on the nonsomatic sounds IF they too lie in the DCN.
        Feb 10, 2024
      4. Daphne91
        Daphne91
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    18. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Knock on wood, ears seem to starting to settle from Covid spike. About 3 weeks post testing +, almost 2 week post congestion dying down.
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Thank you ladies! I will say it is still more sensitive to noise and gets rowdy which can give me frustration and anxiety, but seeming to calm down from exposures okay.
        Jan 31, 2024
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      4. ZFire
        ZFire
        Glad to hear
        Feb 1, 2024
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      5. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Thank you for your input and assurance that it should improve, @ZFire !
        Feb 5, 2024
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    19. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Just saw a headline about a musician playing guitar during his awake brain surgery, yet we still can't effectively quiet/disrupt tinnitus.
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      3. cyberspace
        cyberspace
        Even things like hairloss are more responsive to treatment
        Jan 24, 2024
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      4. 4alien2
        4alien2
        Hearing loss, tinnitus, eustachian dysfunction, etc. There seems to be nothing for the ear like. terrible.
        Jan 24, 2024
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      5. Juliane
        Juliane
        Say what?
        Jan 30, 2024
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    20. RCP1
      RCP1
      Hi Erica. Do you use the general fuzz ACRN? I can’t seem to get a sound out of it. Many thanks for any advice. Rob
      1. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Hey @RCP1 ! When needed, I use the TinnitusPlay app, and in that app I use the Neuromodulation option which is essentially like ACRN beeps. I prefer that over anything!
        Jan 23, 2024
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    21. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Covid gone. Now slight stuffiness, tired & spiked T & R ;( No new tones. Positive stories on T & R returning to baseline after illness, plz!
      1. ZFire
        ZFire
        @ErikaS I'm pretty sure there's a bunch of fluid in your Eustachian tubes causing the blockage and making your ears feel worse (common aftermath of an infection). The last couple of times I was sick (with Covid), my ears were so clogged I couldn't pop them. My hearing was seriously muffled, and I was worried it might be hearing loss. Plus, my tinnitus was spiking noticeably.
        Jan 17, 2024
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      2. ZFire
        ZFire
        I remember my T spiking hard when I contracted Covid the first time. Took a while to settle (almost 3 weeks). Less so, my 2nd time with Covid. All temporary in the end.

        I don't see why it wouldn't be the same for you. There's likely a bunch of congestion fluid in your ear, and once that clears up, your ears should go back to how they were before. It might take a bit of time, though – like a max of two weeks.
        Jan 17, 2024
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    22. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Started very low dose (8mg/day) of Methylprednisolone yesterday to help w/ covid sore throat & congestion…
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      2. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        After doing the dose today (4mg in AM and PM), the T is noticeably louder and more sensitive tonight. Could be a mix of T just naturally spiking following cold/congestion, or could be steroid. May just stop steroid and hope it calms down.
        Jan 12, 2024
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    23. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Had my best run for about 4-5 weeks, then got hit w/ COV*D yesterday ;( Like a bad cold, fever & chills today. Hoping T doesn’t perm. spike!
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      3. Daphne91
        Daphne91
        Nothing happened to my T when I got covid, if anything it just made me focus more on those other symptoms and taking care of those. Though it does spike after every cold/congestion but goes down again, so try not to see this as a setback :) glad you’ve been having a good month or so!
        Jan 10, 2024
      4. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @Daphne91 thank you for sharing. Mine has officially spiked, louder and more piercing, especially upon waking in the AM. How long does it take for yours to go down again when this happens to you when on the mend from cold/congestion?
        Jan 13, 2024
      5. Daphne91
        Daphne91
        Hii! @ErikaS sorry for the delay just saw this :) It nearly always take 10 days - 2 weeks AFTER my congestion is nearly gone. With me my ears also click when I swallow / blow my nose when I'm congested so around about the time they start acting normal, the tinnitus goes down too. It's happened time and time again but every time I get a bad headcold I get scared it won't go back down. But it always has :)
        Jan 30, 2024
    24. Andrew40
      Andrew40
      Hello, how are you feeling now, did anything help you cope with the tinnitus in both ears?
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        My reactive T is a direct result from ear infection going into inner ear & causing nerve damage, inflammation, & SSHL. I never had loudness hyperacusis and there was no noise trauma or noise event at onset.
        Dec 17, 2023
      4. Andrew40
        Andrew40
        If a benzodiazepine helps you, what does that mean?
        0.5 Diazepex helps me a little, and I told the doctor about this to the doctor who heads the department of “Tinnitus and Dizziness” in Moscow. I asked him, “What can this mean if Diazepam helps me?” He replied, “It calms psychosomatics.”
        Dec 17, 2023
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      5. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Other members could answer your question better, but it helps release more GABA which is our calming hormone, but it can also help slow down hyperexcitability in neurons as it can be used for seizures. I also think it can help if there is nerve inflammation in the inner ear.
        Dec 17, 2023
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    25. ccm302
      ccm302
      I saw you post this "I just wanted to share with you that there are practitioners...with interventions, therapies, etc. to really help the body recover and get rid of those spiked proteins that can lead to those long haul symptoms". Regarding the interventions, therapies, etc, if you know, could you share some of the key words that I should look for that would yield a good result when searching?

      All the best,
      Chris
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      2. ccm302
        ccm302
        @ErikaS No problem. Yes, I'm in the states. How did the Lidocaine go (If I read correctly)? It seems ibuprofen helps my T sometimes too.
        Dec 20, 2023
      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @ccm302 I did not do the lidocaine yet, still waiting to hear from his nurse to schedule! I have called twice so I don't know what is going on.
        Dec 22, 2023
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      4. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @ccm302 So you may have to do some Googling, but there are more functional medicine doctors as well as some clinics that are doing more of those "out of the box" approaches such as nicotine, Ivermectin, etc that are getting people better. So what I would do is search in your area for functional medicine docs/clinics that specialize in long haul covid and ask questions and go from there.
        Dec 22, 2023
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    26. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      I may be a rare case in this, but I swear ibuprofen actually helps my T some. Possibly confirms peripheral nerve inflammation in the ear?
    27. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Knock on wood, but had my best week in a LONG time last week. I think a couple factors go into this..
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        It been hell. Like the worst hell I could imagine. But, I found an amazing therapist who does intensive treatment to help me heal in all the ways I can so I can manage life and my condition better. Its not linear, nothing ever is these days, but its better than giving up.
        Dec 6, 2023
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      4. ZFire
        ZFire
        Oh…. Sorry you had to go through that. Must have been brutal. I can emphasize a lot here actually. My father also deals with Bi-polar 1 as well. His manic episodes (periods of extreme rage) especially when I was young was one of the most anxiety inducing and gut wrenching things I’ve ever dealt with.
        Dec 10, 2023
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      5. ZFire
        ZFire
        Those manic episodes really gives one an altered state of mind which becomes hard to control and stop. They aren’t acting like their normal selves. Bi polar sucks.

        Thx for providing more clearer context. Good to hear you found someone helping you heal from all that mess.
        Dec 10, 2023
    28. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Just had an hour and 10 minute Zoom call with the Chairman & CEO of NeuroCytonix. The best doctor call I’ve had in 14 months.
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      2. DeanD
        DeanD
        Nov 17, 2023
      3. ActorFred
        ActorFred
        Hey just thought I’d reach out and say if I’m being totally real that it looks like a scam. There seems to be very little data on whatever this treatment is and the fact that the ceo of this alleged bio tech company has offered to pay is very dodgy indeed.
        I do hope you do get proper treatment in the near future though xxx
        Nov 27, 2023
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      4. Juliane
        Juliane
        I sure don't want to take away hope here but I agree with @ActorFred. Something sounds a bit off. Please be careful
        Dec 14, 2023
    29. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      I don’t need to be cured, I just want to be able to function and enjoy life with “a little noise in my ear” that doesn’t worsen with sound.
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      2. Juliane
        Juliane
        Same!
        Dec 14, 2023
    30. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      I provided a very personal and vulnerable update to my thread under "Support". <3
      1. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @ErikaS i read your update. You truly are a warrior. We both started off around the same time here on TT. Hell I even saw your comment on one of the YouTube videos I was looking at a few months back. Keep fighting; some how we will get back some type of normality.
        Nov 6, 2023
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      2. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        Literally not sure how I would have gotten to this point without you and a few others, @Sammy0225. This club we are in is quite a shit club, but some of its members have been such amazing supporters and life savers, you being one of them <3
        Nov 7, 2023
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    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Pennsylvania, USA
    Tinnitus Since:
    09/2022
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Ear infection/Ultra High Frequency SSHL in Right Ear