Surferboy
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Surferboy

Member, Male, from Australian eastcoast

Is still suffering the never-ending whistle inside his head. He asks, if there is no-one to hear it does it exist? Nov 10, 2014

Surferboy was last seen:
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    1. Surferboy
      Surferboy
      Is still suffering the never-ending whistle inside his head. He asks, if there is no-one to hear it does it exist?
    2. Surferboy
      Surferboy
      Serenity now!
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Australian eastcoast
    Occupation:
    Self-employed
    Tinnitus Since:
    12/2002
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Head trauma
    My tinnitus started after receiving a broken jaw (king hit from behind or as we now call in Oz, "coward's punch"), and subsequently bouncing my head on the concrete pavement. The broken jaw healed fine thanks to a titanium plate but the tinnitus was diagnosed as permanent and has been with me for all my waking moments since. Haven't had any treatment apart from my own which include listening to music/radio static whilst trying to get to sleep. I'm also required to wear ear protection for work quite often so have modified my ear muffs so I can listen to music/radio etc., to help alleviate the tinnitus which is especially bad as soon as my ears are covered.
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