Ok so I now know pretty much everything about T as I have had it for 3.5 months now and have been reading a lot. Also I am aware that it might get better or not go away at all and nobody can predict anything about it. I have been reading everywhere on the Internet since a long time people saying that it might go away after 3 months, 6 months or a year. Even the doctors have been telling them to wait out for at least a year and it might go away before they start any treatment. While I appreciate the help and the hope given to the newbies by the chronic sufferers, I wonder if giving them a hope that it might go away is a strategy so that the new sufferers are not overwhelmed with the fact that it will last forever. So as the time passes the new sufferers will get used to it and will not panic as much as they are now. Or does it actually go away for some ? By no means this should be considered an offence to our beloved chronic folks and they are doing a great job by supporting the newbies! I have deep respect for all those who supported me during those dark days ! I have been reading on other forums that T is almost always permanent except for some rare cases where it goes away and it's a fact of life. So the sooner we accept it the lesser the disappointment later on. I personally agree to it and think that the volume may drop down to unnoticeable levels but it seldom goes away for most. I will be more than happy if I am wrong and having some hope is definitely a good way of coping with it. Please share your opinions.