Hello everyone. I am having a very very bad week with my tinnitus. My tinnitus started last December as a fluttering sound in my right ear. Over time it has vacated my right ear and become a low, high pitched noise in my right ear. Once and a while the left ear will quiet down and I'll get the noise in my right ear again only for it to return to the left shortly thereafter. I have had a hearing test when this all started and there was no hearing loss present. I have been dealing with it rather well but for some reason these past few weeks I am fixated on it , have had several crying episodes and now can't stop reading horror stories on the internet. I have a few questions and was wondering if you could answer a few. 1. Does anyone else's tinnitus change ears/become unpredictable? Is this normal? I was hoping that this was an indication that one day it will maybe peace out and leave me alone. 2. I don't know if it's all in my head (no pun intended) but I feel like it is louder now (2/3-10), whereas before it was barely noticeable. I was prescribed a week long dosage of Metronidazole for an infection and I'm freaking out that this has caused a permanent increase. The pharmacist said if it was going to increase the T it would have happened almost instantaneously. Does anyone know/have experience with this drug? 3. My main issue with tinnitus is that I am so young and don't know how I can live my life with this. Also, they cannot tell me what caused it. (my guess is being on Celexa for two years). The doctor said he doubts very much it will get worse. I've read of people who have had the same tinnitus pitch/tone their whole lives. Is it guaranteed that it will get worse? 4. Are there any supplements that I can take to maybe reduce the volume? I take a multivitamin now and 500 mg of Magnesium. People on another support group swear by Apple Cider Vinegar but I;m afraid to try it. 5. Lastly, is it normal to still have freak out over tinnitus even after coping with it for a long time? It makes me feel so mentally weak and pathetic when I freak out and cry over it. I feel so alone in this journey and I don't know anyone with it (except my dad who just ignores it) so I have no one to talk to. If someone could please respond with even the littlest bit of insight or just to give me someone to talk to I could greatly appreciate it. Thank you.