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Hello. I would like to ask Dan Malcore or anyone else who has been around this forum long enough to know: is there anyone who has recovered from Hyperacusis despite having some hearing loss? 

I am especially looking for success stories of those who have recovered having had Hyperacusis for a long time as a result of acoustic trauma and subsequent minor but permanent hearing loss. 

Thank you. 

I have had tinnitus since I was 12. I have always had sensitive ears, but I never really thought about it until Sept 2011, when an unpleasant exam (Acoustic Reflex test) at audiologists' made my ears a lot more sensitive. It was this exam which caused my hyperacusis and severely increased my existing Tinnitus.
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