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Nadia231

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Just had one of the scariest episodes of fleeting T. So loud I could hear nothing but that for 40s. I'm still panicking. Nov 10, 2020

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    1. Nadia231
      Nadia231
      Just had one of the scariest episodes of fleeting T. So loud I could hear nothing but that for 40s. I'm still panicking.
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      2. Gareth Davies
        Gareth Davies
        I’m really sorry Nadia; that sounds horrible :( How are you feeling now? Any theories yet on what could be causing it?
        Nov 12, 2020
      3. Nadia231
        Nadia231
        No theories... I get fleeting T constantly, and I know what it is and that it goes away after a few secs. This one was so loud and long that it really scared me. Thanks for your comment
        Nov 12, 2020
    2. Nadia231
      Nadia231
      6 weeks in after a spike... no improvement at all... Looks like it´ll be my new baseline. Don´t think I'll habituate to this loudness :( :(
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      2. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        I hope you feel better. I'm a 2 weeks into a spike..well a new tone.. and it's been rough as well. Just remember you're not alone. We'll all get through this together.
        Nov 4, 2020
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      3. dan
        dan
        how loud is it?
        Nov 19, 2020
      4. Nadia231
        Nadia231
        It is quite loud. I hear it now over the TV, outside as well like at the park when it's quiet... And the hyperacusis is quite bad too...
        Nov 19, 2020
    3. Nadia231
      Nadia231
      Anyone from the UK? Is prednisolone the same as the prednisone you guys talk about in this forum? Can you get it without prescription?
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      2. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        Hi Nadia. Prednisone has to be converted to Prednisolone in the liver before it can work. So actually Prednisolone is better. :) well no difference really. I'm in the UK in case you're wondering.

        Steph <3
        Sep 30, 2020
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      3. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        Oh I forgot to add that you can't get hold of it without a prescription. It's not a drug to messed about with. I was extremely lucky to have a doctor who prescribed it to me after I told him about its potential help towards the on set of tinnitus. X
        Sep 30, 2020
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      4. Nadia231
        Nadia231
        Oh Thanks for the info, I just asked because when I google: "prednisone UK" it always directs me to "prednisolone" so I thought it was a different thing in the UK. I will ask my ENT to prescribe some to see if it helps with my spike
        Sep 30, 2020
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    4. Nadia231
      Nadia231
      1 month in after loud spike...it seems this is going to be a permanent one. Same volumen, same tones... no hopes getting back to my baseline
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      2. Tweedleman
        Tweedleman
        take NAC and wait like 6 months imo
        Sep 26, 2020
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      3. Nadia231
        Nadia231
        NAC did not do anything when I first got tinnitus. But I'm definitely giving it a go again... I'm quite desperate
        Sep 26, 2020
      4. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Give it another month. If it doesn't begin fading after two months, perhaps your fears are justified. After just one month there is still hope.
        Sep 27, 2020
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    5. Nadia231
      Nadia231
      I habituated to my first tinnitus in 2 years. 3 weeks ago a very loud unmaskable spike woke me up in the middle of the night. I'm devastated
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      3. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        To be honest Nadia, I just decided to get on with life as normal. Felt like killing myself to begin with, but as I got through the days, it slowly became better again. You just have to push forward even though it seems impossible. x x
        Sep 26, 2020
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      4. Nadia231
        Nadia231
        Thanks for the comment. I really know that is the way to go.. But I just can't right now... I was so habituated to my normal tinnitus... And now I have this loud one in both ears all day. I will try my best.
        Sep 26, 2020
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      5. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        If it makes you feel not so alone, I’ve got a head cold right now, which has ramped up my T. I know it probably feels it Nadia, but you’re not alone. <3 I’m lying in bed now wishing I could go back to before when I didn’t have to sleep with sound on. I certainly miss the silence x
        Sep 26, 2020
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