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... The reason Im asking is in November I took my first ear infection ever and along with it came a hissing sound in my ear. Since then everytime my ear begins to return to normal I take another ear infection and Im back to square one. ... (13 replies)
... I have had the symptoms. I am 18 years old. I, for obvious reasons, don't remember my baby years, so I'm estimating that the symptoms started when I was about 4 years old. ... (0 replies)
... I'm glad my post could help cheer you up in some way! I saw that you said your tinnitus is slowly getting lower, that is excellent news. Keep us updated with that if the tinnitus volume continues to get lower. ... (15 replies)

... Good luck on your continued recovery and keep us posted on how it goes for you! I would have freaked out had my hearing gone completly away after the surgery, even for just a short period of time! ... (101 replies)
... i didn't do a search for this subject and I hope this isn't too long. ... (1 replies)
... I am also a tinnitus sufferer, altho hopefully the worst is in my past. Like kitchener, I have had stapedectomies recently that seem to have "cured" my tinnitus. ... (15 replies)
... re over the sinus infection. I have an audio system hooked up to my TV that measures volume in dbs, so the higher the number the lower the volume. I used to have to watch with the volume on 45, and I had to strain to hear spoken words, this despite having one good ear. ... (352 replies)
... Hi, I sure do hope you are doing much better. Thank you for the honest feedback on the risks associated with this type of surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I had my stapedectomy 3 weeks ago to the day and I'm still not over the vertigo. Saw the surgeon a week after and she removed the packing. ... (4 replies)
Sep 20, 2013
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May 2, 2013
... I suffer with Patulous Eustachian Tube Disorder. I have had this for over 15 years, mainly on the left side, but in the last few years I get the autophony in my right ear as well. ... (1 replies)
... As you probably read the funny taste and frozen tongue should fade away gradually. Mine is getting less noticeable. I was light headed too on and off, not dizzy, sorry. ... (24 replies)
... How long have you had it for? ... (5 replies)
... What are these excersises you speak of? (178 replies)
... ET is accompanied by tinnitus, and yes, it is. It started with the bad head cold that got everything started. I already had it when the autophony started. The tinnitus is more of a roaring sound, like a I'm holding a seashell to my ears. But sometimes it is a high screeching sound, but that doesn't last very long. ... (178 replies)
... Swflgirl, sorry to hear you've had this problem so long! I can understand why you are at the end of your rope. Iv had this for a year now and its ruining my life. Do you have tinnitus? ... (35 replies)
... i feel for you bro co's ive got the same problem,constant ringing in my head,from djing and stress and am very depressd also.i dont know what to do either,but im going to see a shrink in two weeks, i love music but now its a misery to listen to it co's im also worried bout my hearing. ... (3 replies)
... Big hugs to you!!! If you are asking this question, then you are pretty miserable. I know how that feels because I've asked my neurotologist the very same question and the answer is no. ... (9 replies)
May 29, 2002
... it is very appreciated. I would like to add one comment after reading all the postings so far. ... (19 replies)

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