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Definitely not mid 2020. They're just starting phase 2 of clinical trials. If the results are positive, they'll start phase 3.
Assume someone with hearing loss and tinnitus. If this drug improves hearing but has no effect on tinnitus, it could still seem like the...
Keep up the good work!
A question, a bit off-topic unfortunately:
I assume you're travelling a lot. Do you have any issues taking a plane?
I LOVE this idea. But, is there a possibility to include hyperacusis?
Even if this only heals acute damage, knowing that my tinnitus and hyperacusis can never get worse would be a huge relief.
Could you give me a link to that anecdote?
On topic: the Brai3n clinic in Belgium offers hyperacusis treatments. It involves placing a small...
I wish I had the time to read them all :(
EDIT: Stupid me. I'll try to read all the abstracts. But to be fair, it's hard to judge a paper by its...
I second Stefan Heller. A brilliant and very nice person.
For some reason, a large majority of people with hearing damage don't develop tinnitus.
Done! How many respondents do you have?
It is a form of hyperacusis.
You probably have Tonic tensor tympani syndrome. You can google it.
Give your ears some well deserved rest.
I'm still very skeptical but please let this be true. Curing hearing loss with a simple pill would be amazing.
Neither my tinnitus nor hyperacusis are of such a level that I'd consider experimental treatment.
I'm not convinced. You could say the same for so many other drugs who do get adequate funding.
Why can Frequency easily get funding while...
Never heard of that 'treatment'. If ear fullness ever bothers me again, I'll try it out.
If Hough's pill really is that promising, I find it odd that they can't find investors. There are loads of people with hearing loss. The first one...
Seems very interesting. I'll probably be going.
You might have tonic tensor tympani syndrome. Try to avoid loud noises as much as possible. At the same time, you should still expose your ears to...
At least you won't experience a new noise trauma there.
I used to sleep with the TV on for about a year. Never tried to mask it afterwards, even after my last spike.
It may seem bad now, but you will most likely habituate. Avoid overly loud places (and wear plugs when it's not possible to avoid them). Give it...
Is there any way to file a complaint? Subjecting someone with tinnitus to sounds of 95 dB should be a crime.
Had a similar CT recently, no issues at all.
A CT isn't loud at all. You'll be fine.
It's really frustrating that one slip up screws us over for life. Good luck.
Cure in 2020 confirmed!
Why not? I trust my friend, but I don't trust the DJ. He can turn up the volume any time. Plus my friend will probably be drunk :beeranimation:...
Absolutely. In the 90s someone died from a gene therapy trial. Funding for gene therapy disappeared almost completely. It took like a decade for...
That was only phase 1. Phase 2 will test safety with larger doses and efficacy.
In the years after getting tinnitus (at age 22) I still went clubbing with a friend. I always used my custom made plugs and just left...
Have the ingredients been tested together and in the inner ear?
I've gone to tons of parties and clubs with my custom made plugs. Every time I thought it was too loud I left. It was great.
But a few months...
I have a motorcycle running in the back of my head. Luckily it's not loud at all and I have to focus to hear it.
So far, our greatest asset in a finding a tinnitus cure is hearing loss. Lots and lots of money has been poured into curing hearing loss. IF this...
Some fullness again today, I hope it will pass.
That seems like a good idea to me.
While I'm the last person to say that some domains of science are not important or a waste of money, I'm...
Pharma is only able to raise big bucks when they have a product that shows promise. But you have to find something first.
If I'm informed...
Are you sure about the 120 dB? That is comparable to a very loud concert.
I also have an auto-immune disease, but I don't think they are linked. My tinnitus clearly started (and got worse) after a noise trauma.
This is a hard one. For us patients, accessability and 'layman terms' are important to understand what they're talking about. But for the...
I took some magnesium today, I'll check out the other stuff tomorrow.
I feel like my tinnitus is louder and a bit heavier than normal, but it's...
No idea how loud exactly it was unfortunately. What supplements are you talking about?
I work in a very busy center and we're dealing with customers all the time. It is loud but not enough to cause hearing damage. I...
I hope you're doing well.
A few years back my coworker activated the alarm while leaving because he's usually the one to leave last. The alarm...
Not really related to the thread, but I also experience this more often than before getting tinnitus.
In June I had a new noise trauma. My tinnitus deteriorated quite a bit (luckily it's almost to what it was before). Far worse, however,...
It has no influence on my hyperacusis. I do have to say that I don't lift very heavy.
First of all, it saddens me that hyperacusis hasn’t been mentioned in this thread. Hyperacusis is much more debilitating than tinnitus yet it is...
This. We have several treatments coming up. Let's just hope hearing regeneration also cures tinnitus and hyperacusis.
Stock just above $12 at this moment.
With plugs you'd probably be fine. That being said, better safe than sorry?
Let's hope all goes well despite the bad timing.
Sounds extremely promising for hyperacusis!
Ask the FDA :rockingbanana:
Normally phase 1 is tested on people who don't have the condition that the drug aims to treat. Again, it tests for safety of the drug. But this...
They can't test efficacy while they use the drug on healthy people. Again, unless this trial was an exception.
Phase 1 is tested on healthy individuals: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phases_of_clinical_research
Unless this trial was an exception, they...
Remember that phase 1 tests the safety of the drug. Usually it is tested on healthy adults.