Amazing, I cannot believe I survived 3 months with that thing. I want to thank you all for support. Initially I though to just ignore the forums but I cannot. Reading all stories helps me a lot and learning more about T just makes things better for me. I would like to summarize my experience so far. Initially when I got the T I got into alarm mode and freaked out completely. The stress was so big that it contributed to increasing T instead of calming it down. It really takes time to realize that not much can be done and the best way is to ignore it. But how do you ignore that animal? Not that easy. Nevertheless the fact, I believe we should be trying all possible solutions and hope for the best. For me its hard as I still dont understand why this happened and what is the cause. Was it the root canal or my experiments with music or just listening to music over time? Probably I will never learn. I can only say it happened already and I must move forward. I must accept it and hope for the best. There was one time when it disappeared completely for whole night. That was the best night in my life!!! It is great to read success stories and the positivity tread. It helps a lot. Also, I love the fact that Dr. Nagler is here with us and supports us so much. I want to point out that I am still able to to stuff I love to do. The more I do it the easier is to forget about the T. Yes, you must ignore that thing. Don't let your brain to pay attention to it. I know easy to say, so hard to accomplish, but I keep trying. It does not go away but at least I am learning how to deal with with. Again, thx to everyone for support.