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Meningioma, cavernoma, leukocytoclastic Vasculitis, osteoarthritis, abnormal EKG (enlarged left anterior descending artery-Calcium scoring test soon). Now high-pitched tinnutus. All diagnosed in past 15 months. I think the Grim Reaper is laughing.
Cannot imagine what you are going through. One wonders why a human being must endure so much. I am with titunitis for years now, severe yet reading about your issues makes mine trivial. Hoping Mayo Clinic can help you at some point
I just wondering if someone tried Low Laser tool for Tinnitus ?
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Hello @vdog, Welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect!
Are you asking about the laser tool for yourself? If so, how long have you suffered from tinnitus?
Here is some information that Mayo offers on tinnitus- https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tinnitus/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20350162
yes ! Their New one … 3 weeks i think! after acoustic trauma
I have developed tinitus due to cold in one ear 2 weeks before. I am on medicine but tinitus is continuous. Any help you can provide.
Ive been diagnosed with menier long time ago it went away for awhile but since I have aged its back a buzz in my Left ear and pressure on that side ,does anyone know of any treatment?
I have high pitch tinnitis Ii hurts nine is a screeching no resolve even with clonmazapam not sure where or how to get help ent dr said bone spurs in neck making it hard to swallow no treatment at this time do have deviated septum
@cathy514 I have bone spur on left side and artereosclorsis on that side maybe thats not helping I dont know Will have to talk with Dr about this.
I think if to happens after acoustics trauma or old age ..a big hope here ! https://www.lumomed.com/baden-baden/
It is traditional approach that i dont think has too much hope!
I wish I could offer you help with that ringing/pressure in the ear, @lioness, but I've had it for so long that the noise has become part of the background of my life! There are times during the day when it goes away completely, but the quietness does not last long. I have been told by ENT docs that it is related to hearing loss in that ear and that a hearing aid would help. Given the expense of hearing aids, I have not given that a try yet.
What have you tried?
@hopeful33250 Ive had this so long ,li ke you said it comes and goes yesterday it was really loud but now its a soft ring I was told same with hearing aids but its still there hasn't gone away so don't waste your money I am going to look into the med called Lipoflavinoid ? I,ve heard it helps.
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