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Happy Birthday! Wish you full recovery.
Happy Birthday. Today is also my father's birthday, actually.
Happy birthday! Your birthdays are gonna be better than ever once you’re through with this shit
Happy Birthday you beautiful human! Much love and wishes from rainy England. I hope you’re enjoying the sun! @PortugalTheMan <3 x x x
Feliz aniversário, meu amigo. Que todos os seus desejos se tornem realidade;)
Happy birthday! Let's put a smile on that face :) You are not alone, we're thinking about you and wishing you all the best!! I hope you have your family with you, celebrating. If not,we can start a virtual party here :)
@Vassili I wish you a good total recovery too
@Lurius I'm sure your father is a great person. I wish your dad a happy birthday :)
@danielthor everything will be better than ever when this is over. I hope to still be alive when that happens. ;)
@Steph1710 Thank you very much. I'm still waiting for your surf lesson :p I hope everything is fine with you.
@aura how's your tee? do you continue with the new tones? when I went on vacation last month I acquired new tones also with everyday sounds and it is very frustrating as we are going backwards.
@PortugalTheMan it's been 2 weeks with the new sound, a high pitched, itermintent, a morse code " eeee". It's the worst of all. I was about to ask here how could i mask it,nothing seems to work...
Plus the high frequency insect thing...and the loud hiss...and the old clicking morse code ( but i hear the last one only from time to time).
@aura don't you ask yourself how are we going to get rid of this? I ask myself every day.
@PortugalTheMan , to be honest, i don't think i'll ever get rid of it. I only hope that i will habituate one day, just like i did 10 years ago. My biggest fear is that more sounds wil appear. Because that's what happened in the last months.
My tinnitus also appeared in january after the most stressful period of my life.
@aura it also appeared to me after 2 deaths of my family members.
It's not a coincidence.
When these new sounds appeared, were you stressed?
@PortugalTheMan you can read my old posts for more details...but long story short i developed tinnitus for the first time in 2012 from what i remember. It took me about 1-2 yrs to habituate. After that, i lived a normal life until january 2021 .
In january i developed debilitating headaches ( vestibular/stress migraines from what i've been told). I had them almost daily for almost 2 months. Because they were resistent to any kind of pain killers, i had to take a break from my job and my life that period.
But the problem was that the constant pain almost drove me insane. I've been prescribed antidepressants and sleeping pills. And the antipsychotic drugs were just around the corner, that's what the psychiatrist told me. I wasn't depressed,i was just insane because of the constant pain.
After the hardest battle of my life, i managed somehow to sleep again and to get back on track. And just when i thought that the nightmare was over, boom.Tinnitus again. This time louder, and with new tones.
So 6 months later...here i am.
@aura Did you ever take anti-psychotics?
You know, those who don't feel our suffering say it's depression, because for others, a person who suffers has to be happy with life.
Today I ran out of some new tones that I had won and I didn't do anything, but they were with me for 2 months. Even so, I'm still not as I was before.
Yours can still go out again.