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Randomly lost hearing in my left ear overnight. I hate my body.
I also got "do things that make me happy" advice from doctor and it was the worst advice I got.
Best advice would be "wear ear protection and...
I've had really sensitive tooth, but in my case it was tooth decay. Dentist "fixed" it.
He drilled twice without lidocaine and both times it made...
Yes, I've noticed the same thing too.
My guess is it has something to do with trigeminal nerve being aggravated?
Try using tooth paste or mouth...
Yes, they are this reckless.
I've been told many times by many ENTs that I'm making stuff up.
I've also been told by my current ENT, that I...
@Bill Bauer I don't know the difference between drills. And no, no normal dentist will drill like that here.
@Bill Bauer Day ago. But it was always permanent worsening when I had it this bad. I'm thinking about taking prednisone, but it made my condition...
@Bill Bauer I didn't know it would cause big permanent spike when drilling with anesthesia did nothing to my T.
Doing dentist without anesthesia is the worst decision I've made all year.
Try to reduce as much stress from your life as you can so you can cope with it more easily. Also, protect your ears.
For anyone interested, this is the english/latin translation of herbs:
Common Nettle, Goldenrod, Silver birch, Viola tricolor, Galeopsis...
There is no habituation. There is only suffering.
Worst spike since last July. I forgot it can get this bad. Is there a cure yet? :-)
For me it helps to lower T a bit. Nothing substantial, but at least it works consistently.
I'm sorry to hear that. :-(
Native American chieftain in A Million Ways to Die in the West:
"There is an ancient proverb among my people: Sometimes the only way for man to...
Don't let your judgement be clouded by other people. They are not you and they don't understand your suffering.
Woke up in the middle of night because of sudden hearing loss and T in my left ear. Edit: It's mostly gone now. Thank god.
The fastest way is certain drugs. :D
Very well said. :(
I wouldn't be scared of fleeting tinnitus. I get it at least 20 times a day, almost always when I turn my head to left or...
6 months in and about 300% worsened!
I thought I was the only one with clicking noise while walking.
Congrats on your success. :)
@Bex274 your meds were switched to sertraline 3 weeks ago or was your dosage upped? Sertraline has T as a side effect.
Since when do you have tinnitus?
How loud is your tinnitus?
Louder than anything. Louder than shower that's for sure.
There is already 2 of us so I don't think so. :) But I'm afraid to yawn lately because of it.
Mine also gets worse and louder and stays that way for at least minutes. Also it sounds life threatening and is super loud. :D
Hi, I've been reacting positively to local LLLT, which is 820nm 300mW continuous and pulse.
Lucky laser with shipping and import duties costs 2400...
According to local chiropractor I have inflammation of trigeminal nerve. (and inflammation of several places on neck and back and misaligned jaw)...
Doctors said my ears are clear and gave me pills, that are used to treat Meniere's. I've also had acoustic trauma during treatment,...
They both did. It isn't about the device, it's about the 100W IR bulb.
That's why I was asking month ago about wide and narrow beam mode on IR...
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Torch-Infrared-Light-Vision-Flashlight/dp/B016ZPH470 with 1.5V battery and...
I want to warn you about my experience with infrared torches and light bulbs.
Now I'm sure, that IR torch, especially the wide setting...
I've been to 1 ENT already. When I tried to describe my condition, he stopped me and told me Meniere's.
But I'm pretty sure now that eustachian...
Funny you should say that, because it feels like my H is lower and I definitely hear better.
But there is vertigo, which I basically never had...
I bought 3M Peltor ear muffs. I've just tried them and they created something like negative pressure on my ear drums.
I've had them...
I thought we have a same torch and you talked about wide and narrow beam. Is this what you were talking about?
Picture for more clarity. :)
Which one is it when LEDs look normal, not magnified? Is this narrow or wide beam?