Hi all, Just stopped by to let everyone know how I'am doing on my therapy. It's been 15 months since I started on TRT and the volume of the T is very low , down about 90% from what it was. Some days I don't hear it at all, and I'am hopeing some day I won't ever hear it again. This has been the only thing that has ever helped me and if all I hear is a low volume for the rest of my life I can live with that. The tinnitus center at Emory Univ. has closed and I'am very upset about that, but I keep in touch by E-mail with DR. Jastreboff and Dr. Chip when I have any questions. It's been a long process with the therapy and I still have a long way to go. i'am always afraid the T will come back loud again,and that makes me anxious, which is bad for tinnitus, so I try to stay calm. God bless everyone and if I can be of help to someone please feel free to contact me. Hugs Fall
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