Let's see if I got this right, I'm always eager to learn. H bothers me most at the change of a sound, and the tensor tympani is more involved in sound change, whereas the stapedius is involved in the sound itself. Or Superior Canal dehiscence, which is apparently treatable, and it's about this part in between the inner ear and the brain where there should be a bone, I can't detail their specifics but we have a pubmed summary about it here, in addition to a facebook page with lots of information. Now, I want to know if I can say to TRT doctor when he talks about the H I got from sound trauma, ''you want to prove my H is inside the brain, have you lightened up the brain of some guy with H as a result of dehiscence or tensor/stapedius to see if he also has ''H in his limbic system like all the obsessive compulsive disorder lunatics you're trying to bag me into?'' Or is there something wrong in my hypothesis?