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just1morething

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I have high pitched noise in my left ear. I was hoping my diseased left TMJ being replaced would have lessened my tinnitus. Jul 15, 2024 at 1:04 PM

    1. just1morething
      just1morething
      I want a quiet head again. I would have never thought such a condition was possible.
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    2. just1morething
      just1morething
      I’m hoping a left TMJ prosthetic will fix the noise in my left ear. My left TMJ is bone on bone.
    3. just1morething
      just1morething
      I had static yesterday and today I have high pitched noise. I don’t know which is worse.
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    4. just1morething
      just1morething
      It’s cold with a couple inches of snow here. More snow is in the forecast. The deer are back as there were 6 here yesterday at one time.
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    5. just1morething
      just1morething
      The noise in my left ear is unbelievable. I need my left jaw replaced.
    6. just1morething
      just1morething
      Last night I was doing good and then I woke up this morning with bad head noise. It’s still bad.
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      2. L along the way
        L along the way
        Can relate.. first thing i check in the morning is how are my t levels.. i do have hope that the further away from acoustic trauma.. the better.. and a good night's rest seems to be the best thing i can do for myself. Plenty of rest. Sadly the t is still there every morning, but what else can i do than give it time
        Jan 9, 2024
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    7. just1morething
      just1morething
      Primarily left ear static is brutal to wake up to. I’ll try my EarPopper again to see if my left jaw hurts.
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    8. just1morething
      just1morething
      I might have to accept that I have permanent damage to both of my ears from noise exposure and airplane barotrauma. Left ear is worse.
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    9. just1morething
      just1morething
      I fell asleep this evening and woke up with left ear static instead of swirling hissing noise in my head.
    10. just1morething
      just1morething
      I’m almost desperate enough to try Lenire. I have swirling hissing in my head.
      1. RunningMan
        RunningMan
        From the feedback thread here, I wouldn't have any confidence in it.
        Jan 6, 2024
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      2. just1morething
        just1morething
        But there is some people that don’t report back that have used Lenire so you don’t know. It could be my left jaw but that’s a major surgery.
        Jan 7, 2024
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      3. RunningMan
        RunningMan
        It seems like a big gamble. I guess the best you can do is go by the feedback that exists and figure it's at least somewhat representative of the wider user base. Then go from there.
        Jan 7, 2024
    11. just1morething
      just1morething
      The noise in my left ear is horrible. The last TMJ surgeon thought it was caused by my advanced left jaw degeneration.
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    12. just1morething
      just1morething
      Maybe my furball cat is affecting my sinuses and causing my tinnitus?
    13. just1morething
      just1morething
      It seems my E-tubes are plugged up. I’m trying decongestants & antihistamines to see if they help my loud hissing. Desperation I guess.
    14. just1morething
      just1morething
      Someone mentioned that he took Zolpidem during the day and it quieted his tinnitus down. Usually you take Zolpidem to sleep at night.
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      2. Juliane
        Juliane
        It did for me too - at night. However I think they made my tinnitus permanently worse :-(
        Jan 3, 2024
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      3. just1morething
        just1morething
        @RunningMan, I took Zoldpidem this morning and it didn’t help my tinnitus but yesterday it seemed to so I guess it’s random. It’s a horrible condition with no easy fix. Clearing my Eustachian tubes may have made me worse. They say tinnitus is a mult-caused condition.
        Jan 3, 2024
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      4. just1morething
        just1morething
        @Juliane, sorry you’re sufferly so badly. I used to take Zolpidem pre-tinnitus so it’s hard to pinpoint the source for sure. It’s disappointing to have quiet dreams and wake up with crappy head noise.
        Jan 4, 2024
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    15. just1morething
      just1morething
      I have loud hissing in my head today. Maybe it is because of Zolpidem withdrawal? I haven’t taken Zolpidem for a couple days now.
      1. Juliane
        Juliane
        I think it could be. They work like benzos
        Jan 3, 2024
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    U.S.
    Tinnitus Since:
    2008
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    TMJ disorder, airplane barotrauma, noise exposure.
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