Low Pitch Rumbling And Amplified Sounds?

Discussion in 'Support' started by II Packy II, Dec 22, 2013.

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    1. II Packy II
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      I have high pitched ringing already and me ENT just said I have a mild conductive loss in my right ear. He said he believes it's inflammation and gave me a steroid pack.

      I went to get some chicken last night for my family and noticed when I was driving, everything was amplified in my right ear. I'm also experiencing a spontaneous rumble that seems to pick up randomly. It's stressing me out because I don't need another type of tinnitus. I read that inflammation in the ear can cause this vibral like sensation and the rumbling. But I'm confused why everything has been amplified recently. Has anyone experienced this and do you think it will pass? I just hope its muscle spasms and not my ear, but this is new -_-
       
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    2. II Packy II
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      bump
       
    3. LeQuack
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      Bad luck and bad genes
      Yeah the last time I took steroids (prednisone) after a spike I also developed something like a rumbling or vibrating. But it went away after some time after finishing up the dosage so it's nothing to worry about.
       
    4. II Packy II
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      thank god. I hope so man. I never thought it'd be worse than high pitch ringing, but it's ACTUALLY MORE INTRUSIVE
       
    5. II Packy II
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      Okay. I think I've found the problem. In currently hypersensitive to low pitch noises. When the heater comes on it sounds like its loud as shit.
       
    6. II Packy II
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      I see my ENT on the. 26th, but this is so god damned annoying
       
    7. II Packy II
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      II Packy II Member

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      05/2012
      Still not better
       
    8. LeQuack
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      United States of Europe
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      2005
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Bad luck and bad genes
      I know it sucks but try to hang in there, try to keep yourself busy with whatever you can. It will get better don't worry,
       
    9. II Packy II
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      II Packy II Member

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      Thanks for the bid of confidence man. I think it's trying to tone down. But I'm not certain. I'm still getting randomized spikes throughout the day but I think it's trying b
       
    10. II Packy II
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      II Packy II Member

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      It's going from being fine to absurdly loud etc. in the low frequencies.
       
    11. II Packy II
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      II Packy II Member

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      05/2012
      Doctors appointment tomorrow. This deep bass bullshit I keep hearing has partially ruined my Christmas. Going down the road now and I can hear every little bump like it is coming from inside my ear. Ear is hurting intermittently and is popping when I swallow sporadically. Trying to calm myself but my ear sounds like a damn broken speaker to me.
       
    12. II Packy II
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      II Packy II Member

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      And just an interesting footnote: I slept with my electronic shooting headphones on last night and it all but took away a faint frequency of my tinnitus.
       
    13. II Packy II
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      II Packy II Member

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      05/2012
      Doctor says time... Immediately called to see a neurotologist
       
    14. II Packy II
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      II Packy II Member

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      05/2012
      This really fucking sucks
       

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