Allergic tinnitus

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    1. Marias21

      Marias21 Member

      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Hi this my first time with t due to my allergies so far thr last 3 month is I've notice improvements here and there I notice that sometimes when I stay in my t gose away and only when I go out my t is there sometime when I get home and I take a shower my t get low

      is there a good chance my t will go completely away in time

      Will allergies immunotherapy help me next year in not getting congestion with t
    2. Dr. Nagler

      Dr. Nagler Member

      Atlanta, Georgia USA
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      @Marias21 -

      I am unaware of any cases of tinnitus occurring as a direct allergic reaction. When tinnitus is associated with allergies, it is usually related to congestion. And any steps you can take to decrease or eliminate allergic-induced congestion should be to your benefit. One challenge, however, lies in the fact that once your tinnitus has emerged due to, for instance, congestion, your brain can potentially latch on to it and continually seek it even when the congestion has resolved. So, as with all things tinnitus, it's not quite as simple as ABC.

      Hope this helps more than confuses.

      Dr. Stephen Nagler

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