Before June of 2015, I had mild T for 8 years or so. Was from a electronic musical festival in which I also got a temp. threshold shift there. Last year, I awoke to a wood saw outside my window and was exposed for 10 seconds or so before I slammed my window shut (another loud db exposure I shouldn't of done) and 5-6 days later I wen't to bad and my T felt louder than usual. The day after and for next year my T would be higher, ears more sensitive and bad H when it comes to high freq. stuff. Now, today, I was trying to fix my computer, had the large metal door to the side of the case (it's a large case) sitting next to me, I bumped it working on the comp and it fell over slamming on the wood. I re-did it with 30db muffs on and my db meter recorded 109db. That's about same level as the wood saw that made my T worse. I feel my ears cannot tolerate 100+ levels and now after already struggling, this has pushed me over the edge. My ear was right next to this thing when it fell and my ear is full (perhaps from H?) and my T is BAD. I heard after noise trauma some go into hospital and get steroid injection. Would this not be wise in my case? I'm absolutely scared beyond belief I have now just further damaged myself.