I am 23 years old and developed tinnitus randomly out of the blue after returning to work after my lunch back in November 2014. I've never been one to listen to music loud, and didn't do anything to damage my hearing in the past. The ringing began and never stopped. Immediately I had anxiety so bad and visited my doctor the next morning, not sleeping and counting the hours down to my appointment. Long story short, I was told I would have to live with it. I later visited two ENTs who both offered no help saying the same. I did some research and found out that WI had a Tinnitus and Hyperaccoustics Clinic at Froedert Hospital, which I visited and met my amazing audiologist. She did a ton of testing, and my hearing came back perfect. She taught me about the cycle of tinnitus and anxiety and how I needed to get that under control. Even though she was very helpful, she doesn't sound hopeful that I will get rid of my tinnitus. Things that I have and are still trying are: massage therapy, reflexology, chiropractic care (recently stopped), exercise, vitamins B Complex, C, B6, D, Magnesium and Lemon Balm, as well as sound therapy (4 hours per day). The sound of my tinnitus went from a loud ring, to a high pitched tone, to beeping/whining, buzzing (like no noise going into a microphone), and changes very frequently. Recently it has been ringing in my left ear, as well as reaching very high pitch sounds in both ears. Throughout this as well I've become super sensitive to certain tones in the TV or music. I'm trying to keep listening to it to fight the sensitivity so my brain can hopefully detach. Has anyone had any similar symptoms that can offer any hope? Also, any suggestions for thing to try? I was told that I should know within the first six months of it will go away or stay with me forever. I'm hopeful that if mine keeps changing that it will go away for good. Looking for hope!! Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions you can offer!