Tinnitus in both ears

Discussion in 'Support' started by Ben Jubel, Dec 25, 2013.

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    1. Ben Jubel
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      Unfortunatly it seems as if I have tinnitus in two ears now. For 4 months I have had constant ringing in my right ear. I have gotten used to it, and the cause of it is definently hearing loss.

      Now there seems to be a very low morse code beeping in my left ear. This all started on my vacation at the beach. I have had 2 hearing exams in the past and all results show that my left ear is okay.

      What could have caused the T in my left ear? Ocean, toothpaste, or loud noises?

      My real concern and disappointment is now having to deal with two noises, beeping in the left and constant in the right :(
       
    2. Ben Jubel
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      Ben Jubel Member

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      It sometimes fades away but I am still nervous right now. Hopefully it's only temporary.
       
    3. Sherri786
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      03/2013
      @Ben Jubel , hey sorry about the t in your left ear. If you're using any toothpaste with Potassium Nitrate, it does aggravate T. sensodyne spikes mine.
       
    4. Ben Jubel
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      Ben Jubel Member

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      Yes it might just be the toothpaste. Will the effect go away soon?
      eses
       
    5. James
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      James Member Benefactor

      Location:
      California
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      Pulsing 03/2013
      The toothpaste issue.
      Now I'm searching the web for Non- Potassium Nitrate toothpaste?
      I didn't realize such things can effect Tinnitus.

      Merry Christmas.
       
    6. LeQuack
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      LeQuack Member Benefactor

      Location:
      United States of Europe
      Tinnitus Since:
      2005
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Bad luck and bad genes
      Everything can effect tinnitus. Even nothing.
       
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    7. Sherri786
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      03/2013
      Hi James Merry Christmas, the one that's available at our organic store is a " green beaver" brand, it has no sodium laurel sulfate, no triclosan, no flouride etc.
       
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    8. Sherri786
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      Sherri786 Member Benefactor

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      03/2013
      @Ben Jubel , yes usually the effect goes away in about 8 hours, so don't worry.
       
    9. Ben Jubel
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      the low beeping is still there. at this point it doesn't see to bother me, but this is all so frustrating :(
       
    10. Sherri786
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      Sherri786 Member Benefactor

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      03/2013
      @Ben Jubel yes frustrating indeed, but do try not to think too much about it, enjoy the vacation time with your parents and try to remain distracted. Do please drink Magnesium Citrate at bedtime , helps a lot... A good night's sleep , plus it has lowered my T volume a lot.
       
    11. Logan
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      Logan Member

      Location:
      Missouri
      Tinnitus Since:
      03/2013
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Ear infection
      I am sorry to hear that you have it in two ears now, I have had it in both my ears since it started about 9 months ago. But it will start to get better as you get more used to it, it used to drive me crazy and I was constantly rubbing my ear and trying to mask the noise but now I can tune it out by not thinking of it as much. Also cute dog in the picture if that is yours :)
       

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