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@Michael Leigh - Well written. Congrats!
Who knows. But there aren't many downsides to an MRI (no ionizing radiation like a CT), so if it were me I'd do it.
I think you mean a muscle of the middle ear. There is no muscle in the inner ear. There's a bunch of hair cells in there though.
What was the foreign body? Any chance it could have damaged your ear drum?
You've had a head injury and Tinnitus of an unknown exact source since then, so an MRI seems reasonable to see if anything abnormal stands out.
Go see a doctor. You need an inspection of your ear.
The very cheap "hearing aids" will amplify sound indiscriminately, so they can potentially amplify a sound that is already loud, making it much...
Yes I am, but it's not helping that much.
I understand. It's a moving target.
I was originally (mis)diagnosed as having hydrops and given a...
I don't know what you mean by extensive testing, but if you're talking about an audiogram you should know that it doesn't show what is commonly...
How do you know it's not hearing loss related?
The sound is distracting, which prevents focus, which then leads to frustration (which is my reaction to the inability to focus, not to the...
Sure. What would you like to know?
My T is quite constant and stuck in high gear. No better or no worse than 6 months ago. I don't really feel much in terms of fluctuation.
Would you happen to have a link to that study?