Triggers

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Carol Kuczora, Mar 14, 2015.

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    1. Carol Kuczora
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      Carol Kuczora Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      1989
      Ah! Finally found a field to write in. I'm new. Tinnitus started in 1989 when I became hypersensitive to dust and fumes from oxidized rubber. Then cross-reacted with chemically related petroleum products, such as vinyl and fragrance products. Other circulatory symptoms accompany tinnitus. Now get it more from other toxic dust and fumes, including smog. It also comes on when the sky clouds up or fog burns off. Could be from chemtrails.
       
    2. Carol Kuczora
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      Carol Kuczora Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      1989
      Not a reply, but additional info to my initial post. When tinnitus had first started, I asked my doctor, and she gave me triamterene. She said it was for tinnitus. Sure enough, it CAUSED tinnitus! Every chemical I've identified as a trigger is an -ene. Alkenes, terpenes, polar arenes. (The BS I got from doctors made me hit the books.)
       

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