Now, granted my T and sensitivity are so acute that I would never attend a fireworks shows or even get within 3 miles of them, and would absolutely never attend a show. But I still love to, as I do every year, go out and watch them at a greater than 3 mile distance. Should be totally safe right? I am very concerned however that watching a fireworks show at around 5 miles away seemed to cause a T spike and dulled hearing in the right ear. The decibel level was around 70-75, maybe 80 for a few (a feeew) blasts, but one must factor in infrasound...my eardrum in the right ear was 'moving' a bit and was faced nearly right toward one show at a distance of 5 miles. I should also mention that my ears are like tissue paper and that there is something already really wrong with them (probably some kind of window fistulae). They 'break' just about every day from >=80 db noises and small pressure changes or straining, so I am not surprised. Am I overthinking things and are the effects I am experiencing psychological, or was I in some kind of real danger? What sort of precautions should I take in the future? Thank you for the input.