... I have suffered from Tinnitus for so many years I have lost track of how long and have in the main have learned to live with it. I have it in both ears but it does not effect my hearing. ... (2 replies)
... Did you seean 'ordinary doctor'? or an ear specialist doctor?
I beg you not to do the valsalva (pinching your nose, then blowing) at all. It is OK to do once every now and then, but NEVER 60 - 80 times a day. Doing this WILL damage your ears? Please STOP doing this before you complicate matters futher for yourself.
The doc that told you to do that frankly has a screw... (5 replies)
... HI JPMom, I have same low pitch humming in my right ear. ... (2 replies)
... It's tinnitus. I too experience tinnitus when I'm in bed. I only first noticed my tinnitus when I was around 16 years old. I am profoundly deaf and did not know what it was. ... (4 replies)
... practically from birth and I didnt know I had tinnitus until I was 16 years old. I am profoundly deaf and I experience mild tinnitus mostly at nights which comes in a form of droning or beeping. As I'm profoundly deaf in both ears, I know it is not real. ... (1 replies)
... The 'staticy' distortion in the right ear in the presence of louder sounds. I notice it too when I am humming or whistling. ... (10 replies)
... Hi TaniaHop.
I had mine done on the 2d (3 days ago). Compared to some of the others, I've had a pretty uneventful recovery - no sickness, very little dizziness, and taste is only a bit bland - nothing metalic. Praise God. I am freaking out a little because as happy as I was to read that someone else is having "blond moments", and blond friends, please forgive the phrase, I... (101 replies)
... I would generalize that my overall hearing is near normal. I have diffuculty in noisy environments and probably do not have linearity in frequency sensitivity. I think above 8kHz it started to drop off. ... (35 replies)