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mavis

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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jan 1, 1954 (Age: 62)
    Location:
    Ottawa
    Occupation:
    retired
    Tinnitus Since:
    2013
    Hi there.

    I have been hearing impaired mild-severe (neuro-sensory) loss (since birth). For the most part, I only had tinnitus occasionally. However, in the last year, a loud continuous SHHHHH was quite bothersome and really impacted what little hearing I did have.

    I have found that Excedrin for Migraine (USA formula) worked significantly to reduce the SHHH sound.

    I live in Canada but for 2 years I resided in USA. While in the US, in 1998-2000, I learned of a new medication for migraines at that time Excedrin for Migraine, which consists of asa, acetaminophen and caffeine. This worked well for migraines symptoms. Upon returning to Canada, I learned that the Excedrin for Migraine for Canada only consists of acetaminophen and caffeine. This really does not work as well for my migraines or my tinnitus..

    So, I am wondering if Tinnitus is really inflammation???

    Anyone else find success treating Tinnitus with Excedrin-for-migraine.
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