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Hi!

 

As i told u my ears are responding to outer sounds with a "thud...thud" or a "durring"-kind of noise.

 

This, i have not felt for a few days. Instead there is a new thing. Whenever a car or a tractor or whatever pass outside, my kids talking or jumping around my ears either buzz, eeee:s or feel like theres something going thru my ears/head...like a broken connection or a sudden pressure-change...I get this sudden and very fast overgoing dizziness.

 

The last thing i tried to described i am used to severe from now and then...but i have never connected it to outer sound it´s just something happens sometimes...like a sudden "short circiut" Like the hearing doesnt keep up for a few seconds...

Oh, this does not make any sense too u all...?!

 

Its hard to explain in Swedish so its even harder doin it in English...

 

Its nearly that i prefered the thud, thud...this is worse...Its like an elecric shot going thru the head....I am totally focused on every car that drives by and how my ears are going too react...

 

Any recognizions?...im appriciate any answers...

 

When, or should i say where is this going to end?....The ears are really weird right now.

 

//Kat.

 

 


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I´m 32 y old turning 33 this summer.Mother of twins, Nikki-Lee & Norton they´re 4,5 y old.
I suffer from severe tinnitus and hyperacusis since July 2002 after an rockconcert.
In october 2005 i got an otitis in both ears & more trouble came after this. I get no answers from the ENT doctors so i had too search the web for my own diagnose.
I believe that i also have the Tensor tympani Syndrome, myoclonus & Eustachian Tube Dysf.
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Too confusing i guess ...No one has any idea why i get this eee..sound from outer vibrations/sounds?.

 

//Kat.


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I´m 32 y old turning 33 this summer.Mother of twins, Nikki-Lee & Norton they´re 4,5 y old.
I suffer from severe tinnitus and hyperacusis since July 2002 after an rockconcert.
In october 2005 i got an otitis in both ears & more trouble came after this. I get no answers from the ENT doctors so i had too search the web for my own diagnose.
I believe that i also have the Tensor tympani Syndrome, myoclonus & Eustachian Tube Dysf.
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Hi Kat, ((( Smiles ))))

 

You Posted....

 

Too confusing i guess ...No one has any idea why i get this eee..sound from outer vibrations/sounds?.

 

I use to get an EEEEEEEEEEE or eee sound too when my hyperacusis was bad and plus my tinnitus was worse...

 

I don't know if your EEE is my old EEE but I remember Marsha Johnson saying something about it comeing from the middle ear.. The muscles not being able to handle the sounds.. Or something like that....

 

You have to read her old posts on that to know what she said about it for sure.. I had the EEEEE problem and I posted about it on one of my numbered threads...

 

And Marsha's answer is there as I thought it may be of help to another..  

 

But for me.. I'm sure I had problems with my middle ear muscles because all that went on in my ears.. back then...

 

So her post made sense to me back then..

 

But there others that wrote about their EEEE on this board as well.. Maybe read their posts as well...

And match eeeeee 's.


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Hi!

 

Lynn, thanks for answering. Its so weird this things happening with my ears. Its like that one symptom disappears only for a new too replace it.

 

I had almost get used to that my eras react with an "thud, thud...bump,bump" from outer sounds/vibrations...Now i haven't felt that one for a while and instead my ears "eeeing" very quickly when a car or a MC drives by. Its like my usual tinnitus gets higher those seconds...Mostely this happens later on the day i have noticed. In the mornings its not as frequent. Strange!

 

Do u also remember that the ears sometimes felt like they went thru some kind of a sudden pressure-change?...from outer sounds or just like that...This is very uncomfortable...its like the hearing just loose its connection someway...

It don't keep up for a few seconds...Its very hard to explain in good English, its hard find the right words.

Its more a feeling that something happens in the ears and i just disappear for a very short time...a few seconds at the most.

 

I guess that this is as u said, something with the middle ear...Right now my H are not so bad...its very much up and down and i am sure glad that there are some ups some days.  

 

Here in Sweden its one of those weekends people party, and fire of firecrackers...I hate it. The neighbors children are out and i hear this "iiiii...bang" once and awhile...I don't need to tell u all i keeping my kids and myself INSIDE the whole weekend

 

Talking about something totally Off Topic, i saw the film Crash yesterday...I can really recomend it, really great film...

 

//Kat


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I´m 32 y old turning 33 this summer.Mother of twins, Nikki-Lee & Norton they´re 4,5 y old.
I suffer from severe tinnitus and hyperacusis since July 2002 after an rockconcert.
In october 2005 i got an otitis in both ears & more trouble came after this. I get no answers from the ENT doctors so i had too search the web for my own diagnose.
I believe that i also have the Tensor tympani Syndrome, myoclonus & Eustachian Tube Dysf.
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Hi Kat, ((( Smiles )))

 

Yes I do.. The EEE sound cancels out hearing anything else in the ears but the EEEE and it's a very loud sound.. It just cancels out everything...

 

That was my expirence with it.. I will get back to this.. Got to clean up for a playdate today with my daughters friend from her old school she use to go to...

 

Their chums...


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kat73

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Hi again!

 

Well i think i did not explain well enough...the eee is louder than the usual T but it is not that sound that makes my hearing-system fail. Its the one or the other, meaning sometimes my ear/s responding with a brief "eee" of a outer sound...or there are those "pressure-change" instead...Its really bugging me, and now i have pain too whenever  my ears taking up a vibration/sound.

 

It can be from footsteps or voices too...I guess im really tensed at the time...i have severe neckpain...On monday evening i am going to to a trip by plane...Maybe my mind is playing tricks on me right now...Big time...Funny i dont feel so sensitive to sounds, i dont think my ears hurts by the noise from tv and the twins...My T is quite nice too me also...

 

//Kat.


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I´m 32 y old turning 33 this summer.Mother of twins, Nikki-Lee & Norton they´re 4,5 y old.
I suffer from severe tinnitus and hyperacusis since July 2002 after an rockconcert.
In october 2005 i got an otitis in both ears & more trouble came after this. I get no answers from the ENT doctors so i had too search the web for my own diagnose.
I believe that i also have the Tensor tympani Syndrome, myoclonus & Eustachian Tube Dysf.
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Hi Kat, ((( Smiles ))))

 

Ya.. The EEEE is louder then T but my ears cutting on and off was a different symptom as well. Like it didn't want to hear the sounds.. And vibration/sound caused me pain too. It was like the rumbling vibrational of sounds...

 

I explained that symptom I went thru lots better on a post on the archive board.. Don't know If I brought that post here.. I might have... So you are going on the plane.. Wear earprotection... 

 

Pressure changes and noise.. Just bring good earprotection with you till you get better..But my ears were sensitive to sounds back then as well. And my T went thru a bad spell for along time ...

 

But pain can get better....

 


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Hi Lynn!

 

Yes i am going on a plane tomorrow . I am really nervous...I have fly once since i got my T. I have this specialmade plugs that called "Earplanes". They are produced specially for people that have pain in theire ears in the plane. I only heard good of them.

 

They also reduce the noise with 15-20db..I also have my custom made plugs (the one muscicans use) and they will reduce the noise with 25db...I hope that will be enough...I dont want to sit on the plain with earmuffs...that will feels a bit silly... ;-)

I have meds that are going help my ears "breath", pills and nasalspray.

 

I have paid extra for seats at the very front, far away from the motors.

 

I am more afraid of the pressure changes my ears have a hard time with that.

 

//Kat.

 

 


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I´m 32 y old turning 33 this summer.Mother of twins, Nikki-Lee & Norton they´re 4,5 y old.
I suffer from severe tinnitus and hyperacusis since July 2002 after an rockconcert.
In october 2005 i got an otitis in both ears & more trouble came after this. I get no answers from the ENT doctors so i had too search the web for my own diagnose.
I believe that i also have the Tensor tympani Syndrome, myoclonus & Eustachian Tube Dysf.
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