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Hope this is not the start of the end. Last night got ear pressure/soreness back. Vibration rumbling sound deep in ear is back. So tired. Aug 31, 2020

    1. shasta0863
      shasta0863
      Hope this is not the start of the end. Last night got ear pressure/soreness back. Vibration rumbling sound deep in ear is back. So tired.
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      2. shasta0863
        shasta0863
        Only thing different I remember was wearing plugs and muffs for almost 45min vacuuming the whole house. Longer than I ever have. But that was 4 days prior to this coming back, which is odd. A delay? Seems impossible but with the ear who knows.
        Sep 1, 2020
      3. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Four days is unusually long...
        Sep 1, 2020
      4. Rb86
        Rb86
        Shasta I've had the low rumble last a month then go away a month then back a week then away. No pattern. The good news is that it's not as loud as it was at initial onset. I think yours will do the same. Seems permanent but it in itself is not.
        Sep 2, 2020
    2. shasta0863
      shasta0863
      Worst T I've had in years. All from a split second, loud (but under 85db) high pitch, high hz sound I heard from speakers. Almost a week now
      1. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Wait another 4-5 weeks. If it doesn't begin fading by that time, Then it would make sense to get concerned about it being permanent.
        Aug 15, 2020
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      2. shasta0863
        shasta0863
        You're definitely right, and I know inside I have to remember to give it "time". Sadly, living in the now all I do is become more depressed and angry and bothered about its current state, and the possibly of never getting better.

        A vicious cycle I wish I could escape.
        Aug 23, 2020
      3. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        For what it's worth, I had had the exact same thing (exposure to a split second loud high pitch sound from my speakers) happen to me on more than one occasion, and eventually I would always end up getting back to my baseline.
        Aug 23, 2020
    3. Rackit
      Rackit
      I couldn’t figure out how to reply to your message. But no the sensation never went away. 8 months now.
    4. Lynny
      Lynny
      How have you been?
    5. shasta0863
      shasta0863
      So I had a panic attack and/or SVT heart issue at work. Heart racing. Flushed. Recovered at 15min. later left ear gets full and is red. WTF
      1. hurtingdream
        hurtingdream
        When I have a panic attack my ears always get full and red and really loud T.
        Jan 13, 2019
      2. shasta0863
        shasta0863
        @hurtingdream really? Does it remain full for awhile? Mines just not getting any better?
        Jan 13, 2019
      3. hurtingdream
        hurtingdream
        Mines been full for almost 2 weeks now. It's worse at night and I don't know why.
        Jan 13, 2019
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    11/2007
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Noise Induced