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Hi guys, it has been 2 weeks since my onset from acoustic trauma (loud car sterio). I am now suffering from hyperacusis and mild tinintus.   I was initially very scared and depressed about the situation. I am going to an audiologist on monday to go on TRT sound therapy. After seeing stats  from resources i am confident that i will make a near full recovery within a year

There are 3 things to keep in mind when looking at these results:

1. noise induced hyperacusis has a much better chance of progress compared to an unknown cause

2. it seems the ones who make drastic recoveries are usually younger in age. 

3.most people have "pain hyperacusis" of some sort.. not just sensitivity to sound

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Where is this from?  I'm curious about the age comment

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Good for you for starting work on this early!  

God bless your efforts.



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Where is this from?  I'm curious about the age comment

I believe those graphs are cutted and pasted from this website:
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