Hi all, just wondering if anybody could offer some advice. My T started unilaterally in my left ear at the beginning of October with an ear infection and while I was a little uncertain if the T was in both my ears, as my ears unplugged, it became apparent that my T was really situated in the left ear. (This is also the ear that has the dip in its audiogram at the 3-4k level.) Over the last week or so I have noticed some fleeting T in my right ear and sometimes going to sleep some intermittent, easily maskable but detectible T in the right. Cut to this morning when I woke up and it has been pretty much persistent all day, with a few big "fleeting T" moments at the office this afternoon. My main question--is there any worth in attempting to go the steroid route for my other ear? Since it seems like this is more of an onset of persistent rather than intermittent and/or fleeting T, it makes sense. On the other hand I am currently running on about 6 hours of sleep over the last two days, mainly due to our 1 year old coming down with pneumonia, and so it could just be a spike due to lack of sleep. (So far I have managed to avoid getting real sick this time around--last time I did I got my ear infection that coincided with the onset of the original T.) @attheedgeofscience I know you have particularly advocated for the steroid route as soon as possible and so far the right ear is in that 24-48 hour window that you talk about and would love your thoughts. But if this is just a symptom of the T "centralizing" then it's probably not worth it. Thanks in advance.