RichL
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    1. Jackjohnson183
      Jackjohnson183
      I remember I saw your post saying you even cringe with earplugs in. How long did that take for it to go away? Did you do anything to make it go away?
    2. Jackjohnson183
      Jackjohnson183
      Did you try Keppra for H?
    3. Tinniger
      Tinniger
      Where'd you read about "pressure on the scalp"?
      That's exactly the symptom that I have (next to the permanent hissing on the left).
      1. RichL
        RichL
        It seems to be a symptom that most T sufferers have, myself included, I've linked Dr Shores article on my comment where she talks about pressure on neck and jaw muscles manipulating Tinnitus, generally making T louder.
        Jul 7, 2019
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      2. RichL
        RichL
        Just had a look at the thread you started, I wouldn't describe the noise from pressure as a beep but i can see the resemblance to a beeping sound or a tone, you should get the same sort of noise when you bite hard with your jaw by clasping your teeth together.
        Jul 7, 2019
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    4. Tom Soria
      Tom Soria
      Must say I love your avatar picture so much! made me chuckle hehe :)
      1. RichL
        RichL
        Ha, I'm glad you like it, that's my beautiful Border collie/Hunterway, being very well trained and not eating until I say she can, Thought fellow T sufferers could do with some cheer!
        Aug 8, 2014
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    6. RichL
      RichL
      Silence would be golden
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Palmerston North NZ
    Occupation:
    Driver
    Tinnitus Since:
    1990
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Acoustic trauma
    I have been a T sufferer since 1990, I was 21 and it happened over three consecutive Saturday nights!
    Drunk at my mates flat in a small lounge with a rather tinny stereo!
    Each time my ears were ringing at the end of the night but got better and returned to normal until the third Saturday when the ringing stopped and it wasn't until the next night laying in bed and noticing the sound of silence was louder than normal, way louder.