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Sammy0225

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6 days for setbacks to resolve. Reactiveness is also calming down, was able to mask the tones for a good hour. Back to sound enrichment Jan 28, 2023 at 12:05 PM

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    1. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      6 days for setbacks to resolve. Reactiveness is also calming down, was able to mask the tones for a good hour. Back to sound enrichment
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      3. seppl
        seppl
        Your a warrior.
        Jan 29, 2023 at 11:17 AM
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      4. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Jupiterman I’ll definitely put zink on my shopping list!

        @Ken219 thanks bud! Hope all is well my friend (:
        Jan 29, 2023 at 2:30 PM
      5. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @Sammy0225 what is this option of getting a nerve burned off??
        Jan 30, 2023 at 12:25 AM
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    2. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      There is a doctor here on TT, and when I'm reading his responses I narrate his voice as Dr.phil in my head lmao somethings wrong with me
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      3. tpj
        tpj
        What were you thinking? :)
        Jan 26, 2023 at 12:48 PM
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      4. Moni97
        Moni97
        Omg I thought only I did this xD
        Jan 26, 2023 at 1:47 PM
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Lol absolutely Oprah

        - Dr Phil
        Jan 26, 2023 at 2:45 PM
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    3. Moni97
      Moni97
      Hey, how are you doing today, @Sammy0225 ? Hope things are settling down for you! :)
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      2. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Thank you for checking on me @Moni97 (':

        Unfortunately not to good yet another setbacks a loud slam of the broom sent my ears into another shock and Morse code has come back I'm hoping progress I made will not be effected. How are you holding up??
        Jan 26, 2023 at 6:05 AM
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      3. Moni97
        Moni97
        Aw I’m so sorry to hear that. :c I’m hoping so too. And I’m alright, thank you for asking :) had my first ok day since Fri. Hoping it continues cuz I’ve been feeling pretty bad lately.
        Jan 26, 2023 at 1:56 PM
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    4. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Usually I spread positivity here but damn a (85DB) sneeze fucked my shit up. Gotta always be one step ahead with this shit
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Ondine thank you for checking up on me {: the last couple of days definitely tested my patience. I hope your doing okay as well my friend ^•^
        Jan 25, 2023 at 2:18 AM
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      4. ZFire
        ZFire
        Should be fine. Sneezing is something mankind has been doing since the dawn of time. There’s not going to be permanent damage.
        Jan 25, 2023 at 5:32 AM
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @ZFire you are definitely right man I'm usually spreading positivity but this past week phonophobia snuck back up. Thanks for the reassurance my man
        Jan 26, 2023 at 6:14 AM
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    5. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      My LDL level is about (80DB) the average person is (90+). I Would be in heaven if it could get back to the 90 range with no spikes -_-
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Dealing with 3 set backs in last 48hrs just a constant reminder how T, can flip your world upside down one minute to the next
        Jan 23, 2023
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      4. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @Sammy0225 Thanks for asking. Have had one of my most difficult weeks this past week. Reactivity is still a bitch, and lack of sleep doesn’t seem to help it. I just want to see some type of improvement, not steady standstill or worsening.
        Jan 23, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Ugh I know how you feel @ErikaS usually I try staying positive on here but this week it kicked my ass the setbacks made the reactivity sky rocket I'm still hopeful you will make good progress keep your chin up it won't stay this way forever
        Jan 23, 2023
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    6. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      5 days of almost silence but I think my son broke the streak by sneezing loud by me. We’ll see ….(>.<)….
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      2. Strawberryblonde
        Strawberryblonde
        Hi @Sammy0225 all is pretty OK. Just a new tone in one ear like sand being poured onto metal! ugh so annoying.
        Glad to here you are having better days though :)
        Jan 24, 2023 at 8:56 AM
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      3. Strawberryblonde
        Strawberryblonde
        Will try and go through the app store to see if I can see which one you use. :)
        Jan 24, 2023 at 8:57 AM
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      4. Strawberryblonde
        Strawberryblonde
        Earplugs/muffs certainly amplify an already annoying sound. I feel that if I didn't have to wear ear plugs I'd habituate quicker as I wouldn't always be aware of it and it's forever changing sounds :( @Moni97
        Jan 24, 2023 at 8:59 AM
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    7. ErikaS
      ErikaS
      Thank you for your tips below in your profile write up. Seriously so happy for you, and I just want to commend you on how you didn’t do any meds, and I really think that was to your advantage. But how did you deal with the panic and anxiety initially and lack of sleep? I consider myself a strong person, but things got scary when I wasn’t sleeping.
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      2. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Thanks you Guys I hope my bread trails help someone one day {:
        Jan 21, 2023
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      3. Jupiterman
        Jupiterman
        Respect....well done!

        Is your job noisy?
        Jan 21, 2023
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      4. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        I've been on leave from work but I plan on going soon @Jupiterman
        Jan 21, 2023
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    8. in_LA
      in_LA
      I also have Palinacousis, do you still get the mimicry?
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      2. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        I don't thankfully it lasted two months before going away how long have your experienced this? It definitely is unsettling I figured it was from anxiety until I discovered the term palinacousis
        Jan 19, 2023
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    9. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Ringing and hiss have been gone the last 2 days finished reading a few books I got for Christmas. Today marks 8 months
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @ErikaS @Jackson Brady I hope all this info helps! I truly believe most will heal. Remember a big part of healing is emotional response the more you feed it the more it will control you. Using natural white noise for therapy right now the reactivity no longer fights the AC humming and most of the time I can mask it now. God bless
        Jan 20, 2023
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      4. DeanD
        DeanD
        @Sammy0225 - it's amazing you've been able to get to the point of almost quiet. Just read a post of yours from mid Nov in a much different place to now. Amazing progress!
        Jan 20, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @DeanD thanks Dean you will overcome this man this shit won't defeat you in the end you will survive and be stronger from it
        Jan 21, 2023
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    10. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Learned so much from this forum. seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, gonna keep reaching for it. Be kind to yourself always {:
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      2. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Jackson Brady My bad I haven't been on much lately right now things have pretty much been back to normal I still do sound therapy but it seems my ears are adjusting back to everyday sound like my kids laughing or my partner cooking dinner not getting Much of a spike so I'm counting my blessings
        Jan 19, 2023
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      3. Jackson Brady
        Jackson Brady
        @Sammy0225 i was actually asking what kind of sound therapy do you do?
        Jan 19, 2023
      4. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        I’m still using the AC ( natural white noise) and running the tap a good majority of the day and magnisium Is definitely helping @Jackson Brady hope all is well
        Jan 19, 2023
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    11. Jackson Brady
      Jackson Brady
      @Sammy0225 Does your tinnitus shifts ears? One day my squeal is in my right side, the next day i wake up it is in the left, what sorcery is this.
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      3. Jackson Brady
        Jackson Brady
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      4. Moni97
        Moni97
        @Sammy0225 aww you have kids? Jealous :p but seriously, so glad you are at a place where you can have fun with them again ^-^
        Oh ok @Jackson Brady I have actually been doing this since about day 5 of my journey. Really helps me with my anxiety and panic attacks.
        Jan 17, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Moni97 yea my 3yr old he keeps me busy! Lol and thanks I’ve also gone back to reading hope I can stay on this path and hope your doing good ^.^
        Jan 17, 2023
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    12. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Word of advise for ppl who have H, keep away from ppl who don't take your condition seriously. They don't understand and never will.
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      3. Moni97
        Moni97
        I told myself that as soon as I feel better, I’m taking myself on vacation. Rent a beautiful AirBnB somewhere peaceful and calming and just allow myself to feel alive, not this constant struggle for survival that I feel everyday.
        Jan 16, 2023
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      4. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @ErikaS @Jackson Brady @Moni97 when y’all have a chance give @Coffeebean last few post a look. He had a very similar case of tinnitus like us. Unfortunately he no longer visits the forum but he made it out with little to no help from any audiologist I’ve been following his past comments as guidance. Click “find all post” his last two post have so much info
        Jan 16, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Moni97 yes your body will thank you for it!!! (: it was shortly after the beach house that my ears relaxed and I said okay this is my sign, to start sound therapy! Don’t worry moni a year from now I’m
        Sure all of us will be in a much better place then we can all go half on a Air BnB ;p
        Jan 16, 2023
    13. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Having more moments of catching myself laughing again. I've missed my old self. T, is running out of tricks
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      2. Leila
        Leila
        That's really nice to hear - I hope the new year will hold many experiences that will make you laugh and smile for you!
        Jan 14, 2023
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Leila thank you that’s very kind of you to say Liela I hope the same for you as well. {:
        Jan 14, 2023
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    14. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Slowly upping my sound therapy from 55Db to 62DB (Stopped using the faucet now using the AC unit constant 62DB for 15 min)
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Jackson Brady since we become hyper aware of everything with this condition unfortunately phonophobia eventually comes along. I can say it will go away slowly as you start feeling comfortable around loud sound again. It’s gonna take a few months but your startle reflex needs time to get out the fright response mode. You’ll notice a big difference once you start sound therapy
        Jan 16, 2023
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      4. Jackson Brady
        Jackson Brady
        @Sammy0225 so should i listen to car horns on youtube?
        Jan 16, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Oh no definitely not!! The phonophobia will pass eventually but from what I've been noticing is has been calming down with my anxiety and fear of sound. Target anxiety to help with phonophobia cause that's mainly what it stems from
        Jan 16, 2023
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    15. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      if u have convinced your brain that sound is a threat, the brain will ensure your body reacts to sound in a negative way Sound is inevitable
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      3. Strawberryblonde
        Strawberryblonde
        You'll have more good days soon enough. These things go at such a snails pace it feels like you will never get there :)
        Jan 12, 2023
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      4. seppl
        seppl
        Yeah, the brain is the Equalizer of T. If i get obsessed with my T, the loudness gets up. If i dont give a damn, it goes quieter over a period of time to a point that i dont realise that i have T.
        Jan 14, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @seppl same here! If we could some how wire our brains to not care so much about our T, I feel we could live a more sustainable life.
        Jan 15, 2023
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    16. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Low frequency humming lasted 8 days I’ve been clearing my sinuses and it’s slowly leaving again, Thankfully
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      3. Moni97
        Moni97
        @Jackson Brady Yes spicy food can be anti inflammatory. Jalapeños are especially considered to have anti inflammatory and antioxidant properties. They can treat inflammation throughout the body and aid in cell health/repair.
        Jan 14, 2023
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      4. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Moni97 plus really yummy to eat haha I’m such a food lover ^•^!!
        Jan 14, 2023
      5. Moni97
        Moni97
        Haha me too! ^-^ Pretty sure food is my love language. To feed/be fed that the Italian way. xD
        Jan 14, 2023
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    17. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      I know tinnitus is horrible, but phonophobia sucks almost just as bad. makes you hyper aware of everything even harmless sounds
    18. Jackson Brady
      Jackson Brady
      Regarding sound therapy, for how long did you expose yourself to faucet and lawn everyday, and how did you increase it, at what ratio, after how many days did you increment the time?
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Jackson Brady that is exactly what I did and still do don’t stop doing that. You on the right track and yea 0ct I started being dedicated to magnisium daily
        Jan 6, 2023
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      4. Jupiterman
        Jupiterman
        @Sammy0225. During your 'Silent protocol' Sammy. Did you still talk to people?
        Is there any sounds you allowed yourself to hear?
        Jan 7, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Jupiterman yea I still socialized with family in the house just told them to talk low around me, I allowed sound just nothing loud like music or tv I kept everything as low as possible I watched TV with no sound just subtitles and read alot. I knew when I had setbacks cause my hiss turned into a crystaly sound
        Jan 7, 2023
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    19. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Drone humming And the gang came back I’ll try beating it like I did last time. Flu almost gone
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      3. Jackson Brady
        Jackson Brady
        Also for how many months did you take magnesium? I’ll willing to try it for atleast 3months before commenting on its effectiveness.
        Jan 6, 2023
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      4. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @Sammy0225 so ridiculous that getting sick can back track, but I have a feeling due to being inflammation and once that settles it will improve so much faster than first time around. Sending you love and support as always!
        Jan 6, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @ErikaS ugh I know this shit is something else tell you. Thanks for the kind words {:
        Jan 6, 2023
    20. Sydney13
      Sydney13
      Hey @Sammy0225 zfigured I’d reply here! Good to know it is helping you! I don’t have pain, I have loudness H. What are you dealing with? I wish I could fast forward a year or two lol… I hate the waiting game
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      2. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        My main thing is the ttts it’s so annoying I also have a bit of loudness H lingering around it’s a hiss that I’ve been trying to get under control
        Jan 5, 2023
      3. Sydney13
        Sydney13
        Yes same here!! The ttts is super annoying!!! It drives me insane
        Jan 6, 2023
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      4. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Yup some days it’s completely gone then next day it’s back like, make up your mind lol
        Jan 6, 2023
    21. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        I just met with highly recommended functional med doc tonight, been waiting to see him for 3 weeks. He told me I’m his 3rd patient with what Im describing. One girl, her T was so loud she could barely hear. Anyway, he determined high viral load, said my body isnt clearing viruses that caused/worsened this & it’s just cont. the inflammatory process…
        Jan 6, 2023
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      4. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        So we are detoxing the viral crap & doing cranial nerve work. He said the 2 others notably improved within 2 mos. treatment. Not expecting miracles, but would welcome any improvement. Just very on point to how you and I have discussed an inflammatory viral component and that’s what I tested as.
        Jan 6, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Oh God this is amazing news!! I'm so damn happy you found a doctor who actually knows what to target! Please keep me updated on what kinda treatments work? Targeting inflammation sounds right on track and I feel hopeful this is going to bring the relief you been needing (:
        Jan 6, 2023
    22. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Sorry guys if I’m not responsive to questions I came down With a viral flu and of coarse the ringing came back with vengeance ugh
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Jackson Brady 450mg glycinate I noticed it helps with sensitivity and my ttts

        Definitely man I did the same dont beat yourself up I went to grocery stores and work using protection and I guess it just wasn’t cutting it my t was spiking right through the ear protection. Doctors make shit worse by suggesting sound therapy right away when the ears aren’t ready for it yet
        Jan 5, 2023
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      4. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @ErikaS your welcome I’m glad to help when I can I wish I knew more about this condition, it’s been a learning experience and I’m thinking of becoming a ENT after going through all this shit lol
        Jan 5, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        If I was a Ear doctor and someone came in with these conditions I would explain the ears need to settle first before starting sound enrichment. Instead they slap hearing aids on you and start pushing more sound into a already overstimulated ear. And if that doesn’t work they push you on meds and say you are paranoid and have anxiety issues which can turn already severe cases into hell. @travishenry
        Jan 5, 2023
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    23. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      doctor thinks I have Occipital Neuralgia wants to target C1/C2 nerves. Since onset I’ve been having pain around the base of my skull
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      3. CarlosEstan
        CarlosEstan
        http://www.chronicdailyheadache.com/headache-doctors/

        These are two of the first people I talked to about decompression surgery, Dr. Blake is extremely knowledgeable and empathetic to your situation.

        She is a bit like the Susan Shore of Occipital and Trigeminal neuralgia. They are also located in Texas so this should make things a bit easier for you than some of the other surgeons.
        Jan 4, 2023
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      4. CarlosEstan
        CarlosEstan
        If you find them too expensive, I have alternatives. The surgery is $15,000 dollars out of pocket. There is another surgeon in Maryland who does it with insurance coverage or for $12,000 out of pocket.
        Jan 4, 2023
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      5. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @CarlosEstan thanks so much!! I'll definitely be looking into Dr. Blake I'm glad we have this forum to keep stuff like this circling. Your resources are very much appreciated brother
        Jan 5, 2023
    24. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Ugh I don’t feel good Texas weather I’ll never get use to
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      2. CarlosEstan
        CarlosEstan
        Wanna trade location?
        Jan 2, 2023
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      3. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Jan 2, 2023
      4. CarlosEstan
        CarlosEstan
        Freeze to death and get rained on where I'm at haha. What a combination.
        Jan 2, 2023
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    25. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Happy New Years everyone!!! Stay safe and plug them ears!!!!
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    26. seppl
      seppl
      That drone thing. Great news, that it went away for you. Mine seems to stop with other sound. And it changes in loudness with the position of my head. Had normal T since 2014, but this low drone is more annoying. It has a vibrating thing to it. I am 18 Days in with this low drone (maybe 100hz).
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      3. Jackson Brady
        Jackson Brady
        Exact same thing here dude @Sammy0225, i often go check if i actually have some visitor outside lol. Can you tell what exactly helped with it besides time?
        Jan 3, 2023
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      4. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        @Jackson Brady unfortunately it’s back I spoke to soon hope it goes away again also wine glass ringing is back also
        Jan 6, 2023
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      5. seppl
        seppl
        When it comes and goes, it can be gone for good someday.
        Jan 6, 2023
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    27. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Hiss update: having moments now where hiss is completely gone. TSS….TSS…. Every few moments now. Dead hair cell finally dying completely?
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      3. ErikaS
        ErikaS
        @Sammy0225 just had the 2nd one yesterday and I think that will be my last. Tones sound sharper and louder, hoping it fades in the next day or two. Also getting increased random fleeting T moments? Whooo knowws :)
        Dec 31, 2022
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      4. Aschenherz
        Aschenherz
        You got this under control! I am so happy for you.
        Dec 31, 2022
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      5. Aschenherz
        Aschenherz
        The TSSSSSSSSSSS sounds i have since 2017. I barely notice them anymore.
        Dec 31, 2022
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    28. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      Update: I’m doing okay, Just wanted to give a FYI remember New Years and fire crackers I’m going into hibernation mode b safe!
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    29. Sammy0225
      Sammy0225
      I’ll be bk with good news I hope!! It’s Time to leave the nest for a bit take care! 'I'm a peacock Captain! You gotta let me fly!' lol 12/26
    30. CarlosEstan
      CarlosEstan
      Sammy, if you don't mind me asking how long have you had your tinnitus? How often do you see improvements in the severity of it? Daily, weekly, monthly?
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      2. Sammy0225
        Sammy0225
        Hi @CarlosEstan I’ve had tinnitus going on 7 months and I been seeing improvements every 30 days. So I would say monthly. If you just got tinnitus please give it time the ringing may sound loud now but it will get lower or you will learn to ignore it eventually
        Dec 26, 2022
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Texas
    Occupation:
    Insurance adjuster
    Tinnitus Since:
    06/2022
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    COVID-19, ear infection, stress