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kingsfan

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Out of bananas brb Feb 24, 2021 at 1:48 AM

    1. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Out of bananas brb
      1. Ylva, FGG, twa and 8 others like this.
      2. BrOKeN_1
        BrOKeN_1
        Lmao!
        Feb 24, 2021 at 3:14 AM
      3. tracyNYC
        tracyNYC
        LOL
        Feb 24, 2021 at 3:41 AM
    2. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Do benzos lower your tinnitus? Doesn't do jack for mine. Just wondering if I'm alone in this regard.
      1. KWC
        KWC
        @kingsfan for me no. I take Klonopin and does do anything for my tinnitus. Except now being addicted to Klonopin.
        Feb 22, 2021 at 11:42 PM
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      2. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        @KWC I'm sorry you have become dependent. I always strictly turned down benzos until my tinnitus got bad. I take a low dose of valium every once in while when the stress gets too much to handle.
        Feb 24, 2021 at 1:52 AM
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    3. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      so ANNOYING!
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    4. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      I'd like to be able to go on with life without having to wear plugs or avoid sounds. If I knew 100% this wouldn't get worse I could manage
    5. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Left ear is going nuts. I bet it's that doxycycline. I gotta stop rubbing my eyes all time.......
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    6. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      aaaand the moment I take out my plugs the neighbor decides to warm up his motorcycle
    7. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      T is louder with plugs, but much easier to deal with. Hearing it over other sounds just makes it seem even worse.
    8. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      My ears have been doing that thing where you hearing goes out and you get a single tone going for a few seconds all day.
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      2. Tweedleman
        Tweedleman
        I still get that occasionally even a year after my acoustic trauma. Always wondered what it was.
        Jan 27, 2021
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      3. tracyNYC
        tracyNYC
        That freaks me out every time it happens.
        Jan 27, 2021
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      4. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        My ears were doing it constantly the week before my T worsened. So it's freaking me out.
        Jan 28, 2021
    9. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Can central heating running during sleep cause a spike?
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      2. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        Yea it's not too loud. But neither is my MacBook fan, and it makes my ears go crazy.
        Jan 27, 2021
      3. Gabriel5050
        Gabriel5050
        That's actually one sound I find soothing. Far from loud.
        Jan 27, 2021
      4. Ilias T
        Ilias T
        It seems I have more spikes during winter with the heater running too. So maybe it does
        Jan 27, 2021
    10. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Another day waking up with clogged ears. Getting really worried my tinnitus is going to get worse. Going to try flonase or something.
    11. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      LA Kings first game of the shortened season. Let's see if I don't blow my ears screaming at the tv.
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      2. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        Could always use a ball gag... Might look a bit odd to friends and family haha.
        Jan 15, 2021
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    12. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      had to take a valium today. can't take the stress any longer. taking a toll on my work. probably getting written up today for being behind
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      2. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        @GBB Yep, as soon as I start to feel better and dig into my work it all just gets worse and I fall down the rabbit hole again. Rinse and repeat. I try to be optimistic for others while I'm on here, but I'm becoming exhausted.
        Jan 15, 2021
      3. Tanni
        Tanni
        @kingsfan That's understandable - I would be the same - but your health comes first. They can't rely on you if you're not well. Good luck with the new framework, hope it's finished quickly at least :)
        Jan 15, 2021
      4. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        @Tanni Thank you. Sorry I never got an alert for your comment.
        Jan 27, 2021
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    13. twa
      twa
      Ugh, we had a neighbor leaf blowing today. :-(
    14. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      It's my favorite day of the week - gardener/lawn mower/leaf blower day.
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    15. twa
      twa
      I'm so sorry, try to relax and get hot packs if that helps.
      1. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        where do you put the hot packs? forehead or on the ears or something?
        Jan 13, 2021
      2. twa
        twa
        I go to sleep with a long hot back across my forehead and then a smaller thera-pearls rectangular pack under my ear so I can still hear the water app playing. I heat the large pack up for 2 minutes and the smaller pack for 32 seconds. It's also a conditioned response. My body knows when I put the packs on, it's time to go to sleep. I got both on Amazon.
        Jan 14, 2021
      3. twa
        twa
        If I have a headache, I heat up the longer one and put it behind my neck when I watch tv.
        Jan 14, 2021
    16. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      having a rough day, can't seem to ignore the ringing.
    17. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Ears constantly have pressure lately. I think driving is causing it. Been wearing custom Westone earplugs with the solid filter.
      1. twa
        twa
        I have also been wearing Westone earplugs lately and my ears have been hurting for two days in a row. I was just thinking maybe I need to increase my turmeric supplements.
        Jan 12, 2021
      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Consider trying 3M 1100 earplugs, or Peltor X5A muffs.
        Jan 12, 2021
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      3. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        Well I got the custom plugs so I wouldn't have to use foam plugs unless using power tools and such.
        Jan 12, 2021
    18. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      omg I forgot I had tinnitus for like past 30 minutes! trust me, I hear mine over everything. oh damn I'm pumped. It's been so bad lately too
      1. Shelbylynn
        Shelbylynn
        Best feeling ever
        Jan 8, 2021
    19. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      It's funny how upset I was when my tinnitus became intrusive a few months ago. Now I'd give almost anything just to get back to that level.
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      2. twa
        twa
        :-'(
        Jan 5, 2021
      3. starrynights
        starrynights
        How'd it increase again? ):
        Jan 7, 2021
      4. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        @starrynights I had an acoustic reflex test done during an audiogram. Made my left ear horribly worse.
        Jan 7, 2021
    20. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Thank you Amazon for changing out the beeping on your trucks to something a little less ear piercing.
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      3. twa
        twa
        @kingsfan, agree! I avoid my morning walk on trash day!
        Dec 23, 2020
      4. twa
        Dec 23, 2020
      5. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        @Tweedleman It's crazy how 85db felt like nothing before all of this. I spent probably thousands of hours in 100+ db practice studios and venues. Now I seem to cringe at anything above 70db.
        Jan 4, 2021
    21. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Got blasted by a sound bar at Best Buy. Walked away immediately. Ears feel full now. Do I just take a triple dose of NAC now or what?
      1. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        If you have been taking NAC, you are in a good shape. The spike (if any) will most likely be temporary. Having said that, of course learn from your mistakes and attempt to not give any more spikes to yourself.
        Dec 2, 2020
      2. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        I haven't been very consistent with the NAC lately, and hadn't taken any yesterday until after being exposed to the loud sound bar.
        Dec 2, 2020
    22. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Been wearing an earplug in my bad ear, and the ringing settled down a bit. Ran the faucet and it kicked up again, even with the earplug in.
      1. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Try wearing earplugs in both ears...
        Nov 26, 2020
    23. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      Reaching my limit
    24. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      For about 30 seconds, my tonal T went away and I just heard static. It was so soothing, like a soft white noise machine.
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      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        It might take months or even years, but hopefully eventually you will be hearing soft static.
        Nov 13, 2020
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      3. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        @Bill Bauer I really hope so. I've only really been experiencing things getting worse and worse so far. I've been trying to avoid loud sounds. Anything over 70dba I've been putting in ear plugs.
        Nov 21, 2020
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    25. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      My T in my right ear keeps mimicking the sound of my computer's fan. When I go into another room it's like my computer is following me.
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      2. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        whoops I meant left ear.

        int concentration = 0;
        Nov 4, 2020
      3. Croaker
        Croaker
        I’ve experienced this after a hyperacusis setback. It mostly receded after I rested my ears for a couple weeks, so I suggest you do the same.
        Nov 5, 2020
      4. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        Very interesting. I've been taking moments of rest, and then some sound enrichment since I'm concerned of giving myself hyperacusis. If I do have it, it is very mild. I have noticed that I needed to cut some of the high frequencies on my stereo when listening to music though.
        Nov 5, 2020
    26. kingsfan
      kingsfan
      No one ever told me tinnitus could be heard outside quiet rooms. What a bad trip.
      1. starrynights
        starrynights
        hang in there! <3
        Nov 4, 2020
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    mild for years. severe on 09/17/2020
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    turning everything up to 11
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