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Yeah we likely went to the same concert.
I got mine 2/13.
A few weeks before me then. The concert wasn't even worth it.
I spend most of my time "in silence" so it's very disturbing. Doesn't really bother me outside of home.
I will follow you on twitter, i prefer Twilight Princess though.
You got yours late Feb then, I see. Yours is still loud?
It might fluctuate a little but it's pretty much the same. It seems to gets much lower late at night and in the morning.
A few weeks ago i stayed up late to pack up for trip and i thought it had passed, as i couldn't hear it anymore, the following days there was never silence so i couldn't really focus on it, i was genuinely convinced it had gone, best days of my life.
But as i came back home to silence, it was exactly the same.
I hope it goes away for you. 6 months is known to be the magic period of temporary Tinnitus. Do you know if you had those dips in your hearing before the concert, or you have no idea?
I'm sure i had some loss already, i've never really taken care of my hearing, loud in-ear music for years + loads of concerts, i wasn't really aware of the consequences, even if already had some tinnitus, but it was completely bearable.
I know i'll get used to it, but still, i can't help it but be depressed these days, it's hard to see the light.
It's okay, hang in there. I heard alot of people say that, if they knew Tinnitus would've been a result, they would've done better. Can't blame yourself for it. Just push on.
And protect your hearing from now. Read some posts on here and educate yourself. Invest in some plugs. And definitely get a twitter. Twilight princess sucks. :P
I got ear plugs and will avoid concerts anyway for at least a few months. I'm currently doing oxygen therapy. You?
TP is my favourite game, mainly because of how dark everything in it is.