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... I know for certain that I do not have symptoms as severe or debilitating as yours. But several things that you say in your posts ring true with me. My ear troubles are aggravated by stress, and I grind my teeth at night. Also, I am very curious about the eustachian tube muscles. ... (5 replies)
... Was the person who did your hearing test at the ENT's office a liscenced Audioloigist? ... (5 replies)
... the hearing barely lasted 15mins. ... (7 replies)

... I saw an audiologist this morning and went through a battery of hearing tests. It turns out that my hearing is normal, my inner ear seems normal, and everything seems alright except for my eardrums. ... (5 replies)
... If you don't mind me asking, was your surgeon in Maryland Dr. Warburton? ... (11 replies)
... You need to ask yourself how does your current condition affect your daily life? ... (11 replies)
... Soundsensitive, I'm surprised reading your posts, because you have very similar symptoms to mine, only my TMJ symptoms explicitely began in an obvious way after I developed maloclusion after work done by a bad dentist last year. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you for your kind words Rlat. I'm doing just fine, and I appreciate your support. ... (20 replies)
TMJ Tinnitus?
Mar 12, 2006
... I have had T now for a little over 3 months. I hope with all of your more experience then me if you have experienced or heard of this so I am not wasting money on a splint that won't help my main complaint. ... (1 replies)
... Not sure if you can rule out TMJ! About 13 years ago, I woke up one morning and kept falling over. ... (9 replies)
... I'm still fairly new to the TMJ thing. Still in the diagnosis stage and moving towards treatment. ... (9 replies)
... I assumed surrounding vessels became inflamed and this would affect the blood flow in the area and cause the pulsing heartbeat sound I heard. Once this would stop I knew the migraine would soon ease up as well. ... (1 replies)
Cymy Sue
Dec 3, 2003
... ut the splint fitting properly. From what I'm told you should not click, or crack if it's fitting properly. Supposedly if the disc is still displaced, you should hearing a little pop like cushy sound because the disc has room to move around. Mine is still doing the cracking and rubbing on the back of the condyle supposedly. ... (6 replies)
... incing letter describing why the combination of ALL of these VERY negative symptoms are very disabling. Especially those periods of dizziness and brain fog where your ear goes whako. A lot has to do with the trigeminal nerve... ... (7 replies)
... People with Lyme disease and TMJ often find their symptoms get better or disappear with special doses of antibiotic treatment. ... (12 replies)
... I agree with you about comming across too pushy about the NTI. I myself am in your shoes and ultimately hope to prove myself correct rather than others, but back to the original post how do you know you have myoclonus tinntius for sure? ... (11 replies)
... I agree with you about comming across too pushy about the NTI. I myself am in your shoes and ultimately hope to prove myself correct rather than others, but back to the original post how do you know you have myoclonus tinntius for sure? ... (11 replies)




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