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First day taking NAC and it seems like my T might be higher today? Don't think I'm gonna continue. Sep 15, 2020 at 4:56 AM

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    1. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      First day taking NAC and it seems like my T might be higher today? Don't think I'm gonna continue.
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    2. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      Had an MRI today.. wow that was loud. T seems to be the same so far thankfully.
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      2. sleepingsiren
        sleepingsiren
        I remember my first, well and only MRI. I felt SUPER dizzy the first few minutes. I was in panic and wanted to hit the emergency button.
        Sep 14, 2020 at 4:48 AM
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    3. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      If a spike subsides to baseline would you need to habituate to your baseline again?
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      2. Steph1710
        Steph1710
        I guess so. Also would you even remember what your baseline was, or what it sounded like?
        Sep 13, 2020
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      3. wwtsai
        wwtsai
        @Steph1710 That's true.. I tried to recall what my baseline sounded like before my spike and can't remember anymore.
        Sep 13, 2020
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    4. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      Tone in my left ear is now a hiss.. hopefully a good sign albeit it is more noticeable now.
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      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        The pitch of the hiss ought to get lower and then it will become less noticeable.
        Sep 9, 2020
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    5. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      Does anyone else have fleeting T that only shows up while napping/sleeping?
      1. HeavyMantra
        HeavyMantra
        It's pretty common from what I've heard
        Sep 8, 2020
    6. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      Can coq10 affect sleep? Took it last night and could not lie still at all
    7. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      Low pitched droning whenever I sleep. Sometimes it stays the next day. Can't tell if its something besides T due to SNHL
    8. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      Couldn't sleep at all last night.. also approaching the one month mark on my spike. I'm afraid this is gonna be permanent
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      2. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Have you tried using sound masking?
        Aug 31, 2020
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      3. wwtsai
        wwtsai
        @Bill Bauer I've tried and will continue to try sound masking.. I've got both a high and low-pitch tone which makes it kinda hard to mask both. I do find the low-pitch to be more annoying surprisingly
        Sep 1, 2020
      4. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        The idea is not to make the masking so loud that you won't hear your own T any longer. The idea is to give yourself something else to listen to besides your T. The sounds of crickets work well for high pitched T.
        Sep 1, 2020
    9. wwtsai
      wwtsai
      Does anyone else have a tone that specifically happens at bedtime? Mine sounds like a loud droning fan
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    2016
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    SNHL