Hi everybody I am not sure if i have the hyperacusis because the sounds I percibe doesn't get louder than before but exposure to sounds when playing my instruments generate an horrible and long lasting headache, like a snake that is moving on my brain, this is how everything begun; I am suffering from tinnitus since 3 months ago. The first month was just the ringing. I had it soft during the daytime and loud at nights, it sounded like a white noise with different pitches and I could not sleep well during that period. Then after the 2 months of having just the tinnitus and getting use to it I begin to experience long period headaches every time I played musical instruments for more than one hour, after playing the tinnitus went way louder too. Still I am not so sure about the cause of the condition since I had a prolongated exposure to loud music while recording a piano using headphones a few days before the tinnitus started also a ball the size of a grape apear on the back of my neck one week before the tinnitus started. I am also suffering from cervical degenerative disc disease and every time I play an instrument for a long period I found the posture to be uncomfortable. I did the auditory test a couple of weeks ago and the hearing is almost normal with the exception of some high frequencies that I didn't hear. The reason I am writing in this group is to ask for advice about if I should take an 4,5 hours flight at this point of my condition, it is a flight I could pospone and I am scare that the tinnitus and headache will be irreversible worse after flying. Thanks for your time to read me and I will appreciate your comments on flying experiences and its effect over your tinnitus or hyperacusis. Love!