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jlish

Member, Male, 25, from California

Fingers Crossed for Frequency Therapeutics' Phase II. Apr 7, 2020

jlish was last seen:
Aug 1, 2020
    1. jlish
      jlish
      Fingers Crossed for Frequency Therapeutics' Phase II.
      1. Emgee
        Emgee
        Did your T ever become less reactive?
        May 4, 2020
      2. jlish
        jlish
        Yeah. My reactivity was on a whole nother level for the first month or two. Not livable. It still reacts to footsteps, typing on a keyboard, etc. but it’s just a second-long high pitched noise. Before, listening to music in my car at low volume would cause a hum in my ear that would stick around for hours. Fans would set off a hum/whistle too.
        May 11, 2020
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    2. jlish
      jlish
      Is Frequency Therapeutics going to work? When will it be available?
    3. jlish
      jlish
      Where the hell are the research $$?
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      2. threefirefour
        threefirefour
        It was sucked up by useless habituation research. Tinnitus research in the 90's and 00's was like a black comedy.
        Nov 16, 2019
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Dec 25, 1994 (Age: 25)
    Location:
    California
    Tinnitus Since:
    July 2019
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    25 years of loud noise (who am I shittin'?)
    I have:

    -constant tinnitus, medium and high pitches, in both ears, heard in nearly every situation besides in the shower

    -a special tinnitus in my right ear that is reactive to every noise: footsteps, typing on a keyboard, speech AND somatic (gets loud if I touch my temple/jaw/bend down/turn my head to either side)

    -dysacusis (with my own voice I hear a strong resonance/vibration/ring in my left ear every. time. I. talk.) and other sound distortions

    -I had bad hyperacusis, but that has mostly faded, fortunately



    My right jaw clicks, don't know if that is relevant or not.