Has anyone had any luck in getting TRT paid for by worker's compensation where your tinnitus was diagnosed as being work related? I've talked both to my own and other ENTs and I can't find advocates for it in the New England area. The cost is $6K last time I checked a few years back, but with a 50% success rate according to my ENT, I don't want to face getting rejected by worker's comp unless I have a doctor who can fight for me. I've been taking several mg of Klonopin daily for it to keep it at bay but am now suffering from ED, dry eye and possibly the early stages of hair loss. Even finding another ENT who's willing to prescribe the same dosage of Klonopin is tough as many shy away from it. Audiologists who perform TRT appear to be for it, but I don't know if they carry enough weight to battle it out with worker's compensation insurance. Just thought I'd ask in case anyone's been in this situation or knows what to do. BTW, I've tried several over the counter meds typically used for my mild case of tinnitus which impacts my concentration at work and sleep without any good results. The Klonopin is like a last ditch effort that works. Even my white noise machine for sleeping doesn't seem to have the right pitch tone to help mask the noise effectively. Any suggestions on a better White Noise generator would be appreciated as well.