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More habituation. T is calmer, but volume around the same (mostly a bit above silent room stage). Jun 25, 2019 at 5:27 PM

    1. Sevv
      Sevv
      More habituation. T is calmer, but volume around the same (mostly a bit above silent room stage).
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      2. Sevv
        Sevv
        Ah yeah, my fluctuations seem pretty much all related to stress/tension. Makes it harder to estimate how much fading I've got so far.
        Jun 25, 2019 at 5:30 PM
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      3. Sevv
        Sevv
        When relaxed T is just above silent room stage. I wouldn't be unhappy though if it faded to zero, but it's ok as long as I don't get spikes.
        Jun 25, 2019 at 5:31 PM
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      4. Striveon
        Striveon
        I also spike bad with anxiety :( so hard to control when you've lived with anxiety all your life.
        Jun 25, 2019 at 8:29 PM
    2. Sevv
      Sevv
      So I had 5 very low days in a row, yesterday slightly up, today a bit up again (so now a bit above quiet room stage again).
    3. Sevv
      Sevv
      Saturday afternoon: very low T. Sunday: almost gone. Monday: bit up (bad sleep), but still very low.
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    4. Sevv
      Sevv
      Couple notes: T keeps changing slowly (unclear though if for the better) and I've started to habituate (pretty mild T, so no wonder).
      1. Sevv
        Sevv
        High-frequency H bothers me a lot more. Girls laughing makes my ears hurt, even with ear plugs. Luckily my T seems quite spike resistant.
        Jun 14, 2019
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    5. Sevv
      Sevv
      Sometimes I wonder if it's really going down or just longterm fluctuations. It has changed, but not so sure about volume. =/
    6. Sevv
      Sevv
      Short update: had one mediocre-good week, now four very good days with once 15 seconds of total silence.
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      2. Lynny
        Lynny
        15 seconds = great! Jealous!
        Jun 4, 2019
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      3. jay777
        jay777
        the start of good things
        Jun 4, 2019
    7. Sevv
      Sevv
      Today was the quietest morning if had so far, a new low. Afternoon was slightly louder, but stlll quiet room stage.
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      2. Sevv
        Sevv
        Hmm so weird. Friday night was quite high, today was a mixed bag of everything (very low, high, low, high...). Wonder what it will be tomorrow.
        May 25, 2019
    8. Sevv
      Sevv
      T feels a bit louder again today, but it fluctuated quite a bit today. Sometimes I wonder if I'm just imagining it going down^^
      1. Sevv
        Sevv
        The things that have clearly faded in these 6 weeks are H (quite a bit for the first week) and my sound got a lot better (mild TV hiss now, used to get intermitent ringing now and then).
        May 23, 2019
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    9. Sevv
      Sevv
      Monday was quiet room stage, today I seem to get another day. T must be at around 1db. Bad sleep though because of congested nose.
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      3. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        If and when it fades, please let us know. Also please let us know if it doesn't fade in 6 or 12 months (and it remains at 1 dB).
        May 21, 2019
      4. Sevv
        Sevv
        I will, definitely. However it might already be gone this weekend. This morning I can only hear it in dead silent rooms and high fluctuation.
        May 22, 2019
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      5. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Please let us know when you can't hear it even when you wear earplugs in a quiet room. That is the ultimate test.
        May 22, 2019
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    10. Sevv
      Sevv
      Opened the package for my new earmuffs. It opened with an explosive bang. If I get a spike from this I'm gonna be real mad.
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      2. Sevv
        Sevv
        Might have been lucky because the bang was more on the lower frequency. I only have h on very high frequencies.
        May 19, 2019
      3. GSC
        GSC
        I'm glad it's subsiding. I've been very careful with things that can pop myself. HAHA.
        May 19, 2019
      4. Sevv
        Sevv
        So far I'm mostly back at the point where I was a week ago. Hope it stays there/vanishes completely. ^_^
        May 20, 2019
    11. Sevv
      Sevv
      Damn, it's louder again, feels like a setback of 2-3 weeks, and that so close to it being gone. Wonder why it went up. -_-
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      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        It was unrealistic to anticipate losing T within a week. It is more realistic to anticipate not having it more than a year or two in the future.
        May 17, 2019
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      3. Sevv
        Sevv
        Wouldn't say that. Mine started mild and after week 2 I made clear progress with every week. Some do/would recover in a short time if they don't screw up. -_-'
        May 17, 2019
      4. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Some do, but if one still has it after a month, there is a good chance that it will take some time before one is over it (or before one gets to the "can hear it only in quiet rooms" stage).
        May 17, 2019
    12. Sevv
      Sevv
      Quiet room stage since Sunday, but sligthly louder since yesterday. Probably stress and letting two metal pans clang together a bit...
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      2. Sevv
        Sevv
        Very low again fortunately but a bit different, cant be more than 5db now at low fluctuation.
        May 15, 2019
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    13. Sevv
      Sevv
      I am now confident that it is fading. Had another very quiet day. At times I was close to silence.
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    14. Sevv
      Sevv
      Another update: T reduced by 20% since yesterday. Feels like a background noise now, hearing feels more like normal (noticing small noises).
      1. Sevv
        Sevv
        I really hope it stays like that!
        May 9, 2019
      2. rdz
        rdz
        That's good news. Hopefully it will just fade away.
        May 9, 2019
      3. New Guy
        New Guy
        Great news!
        May 10, 2019
    15. Daniel Lion
      Daniel Lion
      Lucky you, sounds like your healing......well done
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      2. Sevv
        Sevv
        Lets hope for the best. If it is, it will still take months going from the current pace.
        May 7, 2019
    16. Sevv
      Sevv
      My days are weird. I had a 4/10 moment today, but I have already the second moment today where my T is hardly noticeable.
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      2. Sevv
        Sevv
        The hissing also becomes slightly more active when I move my head, then calms down again. As if it were connected to the movement. I'm tempted to call it interesting... :)
        May 6, 2019
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    17. Sevv
      Sevv
      Today I had a moment where I had to strain to hear my T in a near silent bath. After a minute I continued my day. Day feels quite silent.
      1. OnceUponaTime
        OnceUponaTime
        Nice! Enjoy it!
        May 5, 2019
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      2. Sevv
        Sevv
        It's hard to assess whether it is down to habituation/lessening of anxiety and depression (my T is relatively mild, so these symptoms might improve faster for me) or an actual improvement. Maybe both?
        May 5, 2019
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    14.04.2019
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Loud concert