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SalFaz

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Looking for an honest answer. After we recovering from a noise injury using TRT or pink noise, are our ears always more at risk for another relapse? Like will I ever be able to go to kid’s bdays, on a trip, etc without more risk than the average person?

Most of you already know - I thought I was healed in Jan 2020. Going to an arcade (with intermittent protection) Feb 2020 sent me back into the depths of H. A short exposure to loud white noise from my computer speaker on Tuesday seems to have set me back even more.

Just looking for some reality if this indicates my ears will always remain vulnerable.

I’m also asking this question as I’m trying to figure out if I should take a private long term disability option which will only be available to me for a short time more.

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Cathu

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How are you? I hope you r   T and H have calmed. I don't know...but  in my feeling, I.ll always be very wary and careful about any noisy noise situtaions that could happen when out and about.  about always .How did you recover to start with..  I hope it keeps well for you!

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janeygirl

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For me, once I went through TRT, Tinnitis Retraining Therapy (and you have to do it with the right person who has experience I learned), my recovery became permanent. But also I don't put myself in concert situations, listen to things super loud etc. That won't work for anyone. 


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SalFaz

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Thanks, Janeygirl. What initially caused your H?
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