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rodmccain

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Have any of you ever taken Remeron for Tinnitus, or loudness H ??   If so can you share your experience please?   My main concern is, did it increase your T, or make your loudness H worse?

I did some research and am getting both cons and pros.  I have extremely bothersome chronic T that worsens with sound, and severe loudness 

It would be a huge help to me, if I could get some responses here.  If no one has taken remeron, maybe I should be asking ..... has anyone here on this support group, taken an anti-depressant safely, without making their tinnitus worse??

Thanks again,
Kathy McCain
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laclay57

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Kathy, hi. I am not sure if you meant Remeron instead of Remron or not. I have hyperacusis and had been taking Remeron for another reason for some time prior to getting the H. I am quite sure it was not the cause of the H, nor did it worsen it. As for the tinnitus, can't really say, because I seldom have it.
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rodmccain

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I ask because I took Lexapro years ago for a short time, before my T and H.  It actually induced these conditions!   So I am a bit hesitant to try.  

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Kathy Mc
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