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    1. Lost life
      Lost life
      hey kaelon ,i always thought our tinnitus were kinda the same so i tried to follow you to see how you progressed and when i saw 'mastering my tinnitus' i thought wow thats great .can you tell me how your doing now
    2. TopCat
      TopCat
      Hi Kaelon:

      Could you please provide me with the email address for Dr. Robert Levine? Thank you.
    3. TopCat
      TopCat
      Hi Kaelon:

      I think my PT is due to a TMJ disorder. My PT started in 2015 when I had a brief episode of contrast-induced hyperthyroidism and experienced afib. My thyroid hormone levels have been back to normal for over a year but I continue to experience the PT and I am wondering if the brief episode of afib aggravated a pre-existing neuromuscular inflammatory state.
    4. Jaybilarydyskin
      Jaybilarydyskin
      Hi Kaelon,
      Your post about "the gastrointestinal tinnitus connection was really helpful. I have bilary dyskensia like you and suffer with multiple symptoms like dizziness,vertigo,etc. Did you remove your gallbladder? Appreciate your reply on this.
      1. Kaelon
        Kaelon
        Hi there! My gall-bladder was not removed, but then again, I still have my tinnitus, so if the two are connected, I still haven't definitively proven it. Significantly reducing my fatty diet, on the other hand, does lead to an all-around better experience, including lower tinnitus, leading me to think that there may always be some exacerbating factor to inflammation and neuromuscular conflict.
        Jan 6, 2018
    5. juigmo
      juigmo
      Hi Kaleon, I read your posts and I think I have the same symptoms like you (muscle spams, TMJ, neck pain, etc). I would like to know what treatment are you doing now and what is the progress of your T?
      I hope you're feeling better.
    6. Dominic1955
      Dominic1955
      Kaelon hi! I noted your tinnitus started in January last year, I was wondering how are you doing?
      I am suffering with unilateral sudden hearing loss and severe tinnitus for 5 weeks.
    7. Kranthi
      Kranthi
      Hi kaleon, have seen your posts. Please help please i have not slept for 2 weeks now im joining a new job in tampa. My heart beat is fast around 100 beats per minute and i hear my hesrt pounding wen i try to sleep snd also sometimes just after walking or foing any physical work after eating i am unable to sleep cause i hear my heart pounding. I have atrophic gastritis.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.kaelon.com
    Location:
    Boston, Mass.
    Occupation:
    Online Adventurer
    Tinnitus Since:
    11/2014
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Muscle Spasms

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