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Ok, i been with Tinnitus for 3 yrs. Recently I made the mistake to go to a loud place, my T went up with a piercing high pitch noise higher than the one i had and was used to it, celestone a anti inflamatory shot helped a bit but it has gotten to square one again, i should have hearing loss but surprisingly i havent lost my hearing at all, i am very confused as to wheather i have noise induced tinnitus or just something else that causes T, need an opinion, i have a high pitch noise in my left ear and now my right started to sound just a bit lower than my left, any opinions?

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    Hi Ray, go and see an audiologist that specialises in tinnitus. They can test your hearing at higher frequencies where the tinnitus can occur, than is usually performed in a routine hearing test. If they are concerned, they will send you back to your GP for a referral to an ear specialist. Good luck!!
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      I have already done an audio test and cameout bad on the left but lower in the right, the thing is, i already saw a specialist ENT, he is pretty good, the first time i seen him he seemed to know what he was doing abd diagnosed me with otitis media, which i took a treatment for, he gave me some antibiotics, and anti inflamatory meds, he gave me a celestone shot which is an anti inflamatory and steroid mixture and it helped a great deal, i also took actron which is iboprofen for pain and also an anti inflamatory/fever med, i an also taking ginko which is called Taebonin here in Mexico, and i also have been taking Zirtech for m6 allergies, but what i have noticed is tgat that celestone shot helped me more than anything and almost inmediately, it can be frustrating to not know what really caused it, i am supposed to be losing my hearing, hut after all these years 3, i have lost no audio at all, so i am very intrigued, need some other opinions but thank you so much for your advise olizzieo!
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    I am having the same problems and at the beginning of my search.  Will be interested to see how others are treated and if the noise stays away.
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      Mine will get diminished with that celestone shot, but it wont go away completly, since i hurt my ear again it is very sensible to high pitch noises, and the noise in tight on my eardrum which is a torture, i can deal with the head noise but the eardrum noise is high pitch and annoying! I think its inflamated so im thinking of another celestone shot.
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