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Anyone else feel like their emotions are ALL OVER the place with their T? Days where I forget about it for hours-and then days like today. Mar 26, 2020

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    1. MusicTeacher
      MusicTeacher
      Anyone else feel like their emotions are ALL OVER the place with their T? Days where I forget about it for hours-and then days like today.
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      3. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Many people here can't forget about it for more than 30 seconds. When T is loud as soon as one doesn't think about it for 30 seconds, one thinks "what's that noise"... The fact that you get those good days is an encouraging sign.
        Mar 27, 2020
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      4. ASilverLight
        ASilverLight
        Sometimes I don't notice it at all, wonder where my T went and it comes back to my attention... those moments are the worst. But yes, I do experience this frequently.
        Mar 27, 2020
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      5. MusicTeacher
        MusicTeacher
        Today I took my three little guys biking. I have a 2, 5, and 7 year old. Between the wind, crying, etc. I didn’t really notice it. Step into my house- BOOM. Today, my left ear has taken the lead roll in my tinnitus journey. A nice change. Lol ‍♂️ Sounds like someone left the water on in the sink. And my original pitch (although faint and no longer a pure tone) still fighting to get in the game.
        Mar 27, 2020
    2. MusicTeacher
      MusicTeacher
      Had a moment of near silence today. If it can happen once, it can happen again.
      1. ASilverLight
        ASilverLight
        This is the hope I try to live by as well. I've had one moment of complete silence, and by now many very short moments of near silence... it's possible, I just need to be patient.
        Mar 18, 2020
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      2. MusicTeacher
        MusicTeacher
        Exactly where I’m at. Maybe the next three months will bring more moments like that one. What an amazing feeling to have silence... even if it was short lived.
        Mar 18, 2020
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      3. ASilverLight
        ASilverLight
        I try to keep in mind that progress isn't linear. Just because one moment may be worse than another doesn't mean it hasn't improved overall - as long as there's some kind of weekly/monthly progress overall there's a lot of hope. Hope our next silent moments come soon :)
        Mar 19, 2020
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    3. MusicTeacher
      MusicTeacher
      Tinnitus is back in my head. . Feeling a little bit hopeless.
      1. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Did something cause it to come back?
        Mar 10, 2020
      2. MusicTeacher
        MusicTeacher
        Life has been a little stressful over the last few days and I lowered my Xanax at night (for sleeping). That’s about all the change I can think of. And I’ve been wearing hearing aids on and off for a few days.
        Mar 10, 2020
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    4. MusicTeacher
      MusicTeacher
      Life is a little quieter today. After a week of crazy, I’m Hopeful things are headed back in a good direction.
    5. MusicTeacher
      MusicTeacher
      So... head tinnitus is absolutely terrible. Ordering hearing aids Thursday. This is another level of cruel.
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    Tinnitus Since:
    12/12/19
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Rehearsals/Meds