I'm from Colorado, Exiled to Pennsylvania

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    1. Christopher Rahm

      Christopher Rahm Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      I developed mild tinnitus while in the military. I'd always been able to work with ear protection, but there are just sometimes where transients just hit unexpectedly and cause a bit of ringing. After I got out of the military, I always had a bit of ringing but, after I developed a sinus/ear infection in late 2009, it's gotten worse. Some days, obviously, are worse than others, but I've always got some ringing. Lately, I've gotten the little cat-bell ringing in my right ear, which has been a bit annoying, especially when I was blaming my kids for making the noise and it was really all in my head.

      I'm hoping to find something which will work for the short term, and possibly for the long term.
    2. billie48

      billie48 Member Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador Team Research

      Vancouver, Canada
      Tinnitus Since:
      Welcome Christopher. TT has many good resources to help new members. There is the TT link to a 'Don't Panic' thread which comes with many great masking sounds. It also give you good advice & tips.


      There are many great threads on TT which can help a new T sufferer. Here is an excellent thread started by a member on what to do when you are new with tinnitus and stressed out. I added some comments to the OP’s thread, but you can scroll up to post #1 to read up on the excellent suggestions by the original poster.


      Also read up on the Treatment Forum to see the progress made by the medical field to help out tinnitus sufferers, such as Autifony, AM-101, Trobalt, etc. If you like to feel more hopeful and want to learn some insights, then the Success Stories are you best choice to spend time on. There are many uplifting stories there to give you comfort and hope about your prospect of improving over time. So check them out. Take care & God bless.

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