Jason C
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    1. Taylorslay
      Taylorslay
      I read a post you commented on back in February about having more of a "sway" after your acoustic trauma. I too recently have been having more balance issues and sometimes vertigo. But they are more pronounced now however, its been 2 months since my acoustic trauma.

      Did your problems come up right after the trauma, or onset later on?
      1. Jason C
        Jason C
        Hiya

        I notice the balance issues a couple of months after the acoustic trauma.
        It comes and goes. I still feel it sometimes but it has improved a lot.

        Has your tinnitus improved at all??

        Jason.
        Nov 25, 2017
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      2. Taylorslay
        Taylorslay
        My Tinnitus has not exactly improved. Its gotten to a baseline and began doing the normal thing it does with other people where, it is silent when you wake up and spikes with sound and movement through the day.
        Nov 25, 2017
    2. brandonlucky
      brandonlucky
      Hi Jason,
      How long did your hyperacusis last? Did it come and go? Also was your T reactive?
      1. Jason C
        Jason C
        Hiya, hyperacusis lasted maybe 8-10 months or more, it gradually faded away very gradually, Yes my tinnitus was very reactive, in silence it was very mild but if I put on a fan I could hear it over the fan like interfearance.
        This also faded gradually it takes a long time.

        Jason.
        Oct 13, 2017
    3. Llouiseandhector
      Llouiseandhector
      I'm glad things are looking good for you now. It's nice to know. Thanks for getting back to me
    4. Llouiseandhector
      Llouiseandhector
      Thank you. I have booked an appointment to see my 3rd ent on Friday now because I just don't seem to be dealing with it at the moment very well the first ent said it was just pressure it will go deal with it. The 2nd said he didn't know and was reffering me to someone who deals with heqrig and balance
    5. Llouiseandhector
      Llouiseandhector
      Hello how are you feeling ? I was wondering about your ear fullness to be honest I have started with this for a good while and it's very worrying to me I hope your okay and doing well
      1. Jason C
        Jason C
        Hiya, for me the ear fullness lasted for about 8 months after the acoustic trauma, it then became on and off for several months. Now 16 months after the acoustic trauma my tinnitus, ear fullness, balance problems etc have pretty much all gone, it takes time, hang in there :)

        Jason.
        Sep 27, 2017
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