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Carolann

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It seems like a lot of these topics and responses are outdated.

Are there any recent replies to topics?

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Yes, this forum is current.

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It seems like a lot of these topics and responses are outdated
Hi CarolAnn    how are you
I see a few messages  from time to time here, which is great to connect to folks with tinnitus and Hyperacusis  

How is your s going?    I got mine from and ENT and Micro suction....like a BOMB going off in my head.
Take care there
CATH

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I'm here!

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cozo

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Hi cath please join the Facebook group called
HYPERCUSSIS SURGERY SUCCESS TALK!!
Lots of information for your condition

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Is it really misspelled like that?
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Anyone who comes down with hyperacusis should not resort to surgery as their first option.  Hyperacusis surgery is invasive and does nothing to allow your body to self - improve their decreased sound tolerance on their own.  I think it is unfortunate for people to promote surgery to individuals new to hyperacusis.  TRT improves sound tolerance in the overwhelming majority of people.

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