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Chronic Tinnitus

Chronic tinnitus in left ear - last few years. Looking for even just a small bit of relief
  klmusick on 2022-02-16
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Any other health issues
What type of sound hissing buzzing radio static phone static when does it start does it stop
Are you a smoker
Any history of trauma or infection to the ear or area around
Kaps last year
Age 59
25+ years on statins for 300+ cholesterol; been 160 for decades
No other health issues after prostatectomy
Sound is nonstop buzzing - but volume ranges from low to medium
Concerned that sound will go to high volume
Buzzing never stops - can hear it most of the time
never smoked in my life
3 glasses of wine per week
Bled from an eardrum in college water skiing but frankly don't remember which ear
Loud car stereo during high school but nothing since
Buzzing is increased after outdoor concerts (e.g. loud nouses)
klmusick last year
Statins do create hearing loss for sure possibly cause tinnitus too
Can’t say
Arnica M 200
2-3 drops OR 02 pills thrice a day for two days
The sumo may or may change
Update after three days
Kaps last year

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