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rodribs

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Hi dear members, I have a question that many doctors couldn't clarify with these symptoms and don't know if it's hyperacusis, well might u could help me over, I have this sensitivity to a lot of sounds caused by rubbing things like fabrics, or when people walk over dust or carpet, folding plastic grocery sheaths, switching pages on a book, the fall of water in the sink or the shower, scratching candy wrappings, and when I touch near my ears it's too much sensitivity, when speak to somebody the words with letter S and when ppl breath hard also cause me that sensitivity. Due to all that know I have tinnitus with a pitch like a dental drilling 24/7 that when hear the sounds above, it gets louder. So can it be hyperacusis? Like other people some high frequency sound that for other with H can be excruciating for me are those other and a little when about people use too much letter S or breathing, things like that, please help. Thank for your attention in this matter. Greetings to all.
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hi Rodribs

that's reacting to a lot of different noises, but maybe similar types.

I would recommend find a really good specialist in this area and get the best diagnosis you can. SO at least you know what the issue is.

I think 'guessing' it could be this or that, may heighten your stress and sensitivity to noises.

my suggestion anyway, good luck
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WhatHappenedDenis

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Look up reactive tinnitus and go to that board THey will help u better than any doctor
I have the same thing
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rodribs

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Look up reactive tinnitus and go to that board THey will help u better than any doctor
I have the same thing

Hi there Denis I was looking something ressembling my condition but was hard to find something u say that have the same? How is it yours? Thanks.
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WhatHappenedDenis

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I had T with Hyperacauis 10 months ago Reacted to every sound
Went on NIacin Tebonin and healthy eating and slowly it's getting better
Still reacts but does not drive me up the wall like before
IT starts the same as you for most of us but IT DOES GEt better Tinnitus.org It's a very slow healing process but it does get better tolerable
Stay strong and keep distracted
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Queenmacha

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Hi,   In all my 37 years with Meniere's, Tinnitus and Hearing loss, and the last 11 yrs of those also with Hyperacusis,  I have found myself just jumping at whatever cure was promised, and trying out these ideas only to find another false dawn. I know that I'm not being positive here, but that is how I have found life with Hyperacusis.  However, I do watch and see how the new "revelations" are going and if I see one which is showing itself to be of use, even in a small degree, I'll give it a go. Unfortunately there havent been to many in that category.  But I live in hope
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