High pitched noise in ear.....

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Is this hypo related?

I'm already seeing my GP about several things possibly related to hypothyroidism!

I woke up yesterday with an intermittent high pitched noise in my right ear. This morning it has been constant - it's driving me a bit crazy!!

Any input would be very much appreciated!!

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    This is tinutis amd it is a common symptom of hypothyroid.
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    • Posted

      Thank you. I thought tinnitus but didn't know it was a hypo sympton. Is there anything I can do?? Xx
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      I've heard that certain vitamins and minerals help but don't know what or why they work!!  personally I listen to it very hard then just stop listening!!  I know it doesn't work for everyone but thats how I deal with it.
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      Thank you Glynisrose.

      I will give that a try.

      At the moment, I think I'm a bit scared of it sad

      How long have you had it?

      Is it constant?

      I'm already on a multivit but am D deficient so am about to increase my dose of that.

      Xxx

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    No its not there all the time it does stop!!  I've suffered with it for over 14 years but then I used to be a roadie and loud music was compulsory!!
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    Hi mrspinkrat

    I suffered with tinitus for about 8 years and drove me near mad, im hypo by the way.  Weirdly it went when I started taking HRT for 2 years and couple month ago I tried to stop my HRT and within 2 weeks I had tinitus back.  Since I decided to go back to HRT its gone again. i don't think its a coincidence either. Not sure if anyone else has had the same effect.

     

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