So, I went to my PCP today. It was a good visit and he didn't see anything wrong that could be appreciated with a physical exam. He is referring me to audiology for an exam to make sure I don't have any hearing loss issues. He was actually great, took my problem seriously, reinforced that what I'm hearing is real and so on. And, I've been having a pretty low T day as well. So why am I having such a bad day? I'm only a week and a half into this and I still just can't eat much and didn't get to eat today (running late for work from the doctors office) and I think just being so undernourished (I've lost about 15lbs in a week and a half) is starting to really make me feel bad..especially when combined with the sedating effects of klonopin. I just have ZERO appetite. I also just reached a point today where I was trying to sign out my cases, had music on in the background to help mask the T a little, had the air vent going overhead and my T was doing it's thing and I just nearly broke down. I used to sit in silence for 6+ hours a day doing my job. I LOVE silence. I picked my field of medicine in part because you get to work in the quiet. Its just like I'm on complete auditory sensory overload right now. I finally just turned everything off and listened to my T. I am so worn out I honestly couldn't let the T bother me too much. I'm sorry to whine. I know that my T isn't so bad....I can sleep pretty well, I have had some really good days where I didn't hear it much, my husband, friends and family are all really supportive....but today was just damn hard. I'm working hard to overcome my anxiety it is inducing and I think I'm making small, consistent progress. Sometimes it just seems to hit you all at once and while I'm not suicidal or anything I just don't know how I can live like this forever if it doesn't go away. I'm trying hard to stay positive.