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ok so this ringing in my ear which sounds like nes that wont read a game so makes a ring noise has beeen bothering me now for 4 months . i suffer from shoulder injuries and back pain and so on. i have very bad health anxiety. i have high blood pressure also. The ringing i hear is not a pulse but it does sound like it makes different tones . i also get weird tingling in my arms sometimes . i have had every heart test done except for a nuclear one and everything was normal. cholesterol was a little high though . so hear i am hearing this rining noise most of the day not all specially after a hot shower . Anyone else dealing with this problem when it comes to ringing in the ear ....

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    hi

    i have had Tinnitus for nearly 2yrs , mine started from a very bad cold but the ringing never went away even after my cold had left.

    in the beginning i thought i will never be able to enjoy life again but you do get use to the noise and im enjoying life again , i found a lot of help from another forum called Tinnitus talk , if you join there you will find loads of help.

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    welcome to my world of 3 yrs. tonight is a bad night. it is non stop 24/7 but most of the day it's drowned out. but then comes the night when it's worse. iv gotton to where I hate going to bed. I know it's a battle for sleep coming. it has caused severe anxiety which I try to battle on my own. some nights it's good, never gone but ok to deal, but other nights it's like ahhhh. I pray always the worse doesn't stay..Sometimes like tonight, my ears feels like they are being squeezed on the inside as the buzzing sound gets louder. I feel for you. but with time, most days are doable..

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