Causes of Subjective Tinnitus

Discussion in 'Support' started by razzle51, Jun 30, 2013.

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    1. razzle51

      razzle51 Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      use to no more yippeeeeeeeeeeee
      This was very interesting. That's why I weed out the obvious.

      For me it was the medication not chiari.


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    2. Robert Fahey

      Robert Fahey Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      Jan, 2012
      In other words, life itself.
       
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    3. Per

      Per Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      06/2013
      It's strange that so few doctors are interested in the causes of T when there are so many of them, one would think that the prognosis depends on the causes, that's how it works with a lot of other conditions. I'll give you an example: when I got a tear of my labrum in my shoulder (SLAP-2) the surgeons said that because I've had a gradually tear over time cause of sport activity it could take longer time to heal, but those who get the exact same injury in a split second (car crash for instance) will heal and get well quicker cause the tear in the tissue is cleaner and/or produced by a sudden simple act of trauma. I guess this is simplified when I write it but it proves my point. So, one would guess that the same prognosis versus causes would apply to T as well. Reading peoples personal stories it seems so.

      Also I think its a bit easy to be fooled by the way these lists are made, is it from first to last`? Are they listed as the most and least common from top to bottom? I really can't understand why the ENT surgeon that diagnosed me said "tinnitus is tinnitus, the cause is not relevant." Well, I beg to differ.
       

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