Hi all, Last Sunday, I suffered from a bad case of acute acoustic trauma in a gun range (I'm kicking myself incessantly for going.) I had almost complete hearing loss that day and I quickly put myself on 20 mg prednisone that night. Needless to say, I was terrified. The next day, I regained some of my hearing to a point where I can speak to people. I went to an audiologist that very morning and found out I have severe sensorineural hearing loss (80 db) in the 2k hz range, and also 4k hz range (60 db). The rest of the ranges was actually not that bad, and I have more or less intact hearing in the high frequencies. I was put on 60 mg prednisone which I've been on for the past 3 days. I think my hearing is getting better slowly, but definitely not great. And the tinnitus and muffled sounds are driving me insane. I'm also taking 1500 mcg of vit B12, and 500 mg Magnesium, and 500 mg curcumin. I have been reading incessantly online and all the papers I can find on pubmed. Are there any other supplements that I should really consider? More importantly, it's almost 4 days since the trauma. From all the papers I've seen regarding intratympanic steroid injections, it may only have an effect in the first few days. Idk if I've already lost that window, but I plan on calling all the ENTs in my area to see if they would do this. Anyone have experience with IT steroids for acoustic trauma? Would really appreciate all the help I can get!