Mine sounds like the sound your TV makes after you load a tape into a VHS player.
What does your tinnitus sound like?
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Mine is a fairly quiet, high pitch ringing. It's not too bad, a lot of the time I don't even notice it.
I have a similar dog whistle kind of tinnitus. It took very long for me to realize it even existed. But now I can't unhear it whenever I focus on it.
like flowing sand
when I activate it's like I'm shell shocked in the trenches with a deafening silence and someone is trying to get signal on comms unit a few feet behind me but it's just white noise
It's a high pitched ringing that is like a layer over everything. I can still hear things just fine. There's situations where I get asked, "Wow you heard that?" so I know my hearing isn't going yet. Some days it's really unbearable, though. My ENT doc when he diagnosed me said that there was significant work being done to activate the genes that control inner ear hair follicle repair which would cure my tinnitus. Hopefully that happens before I die.
>there was significant work being done
not to be a downer but my ent told me that too, about 20 years ago
Don't worry he tempered my expectations. He said "within my lifetime". So... All I can do is hope that it happens sooner rather than later before the ringing drives me insane and I smash my head through a window.
Morse code in one ear
What are they saying? Have you transcribed it yet?
a glass cat
Mine's an oscillating, high-frequency wave. Mostly in my right ear, but I know I have it in both.
Sometimes, it gets louder. I hope I can find a way to cure it, but the most likely way I've found tons out of my price range, and is itself no guarantee.
The classic "EEEEEEEEEEEE", but somehow in only my right ear, without listening to any loud music or otherwise damaging it to my knowledge, there's now a lower-pitched sound with a sort of tremolo effect on top of that, sort of like a microwave.
>have ringing ears my whole life, never had a problem with it
>bring it up in conversations thinking that its normal
>come to the realization that i'll never ear pure silence
so this is how born blind people feel...
Holy triple dubs. Also I've had ringing ears since I was a wee lad but that's because I was told to shove q-tips as far into my ear as I could to clean them and decades later no one ever corrected me.
pretty standard EEEEEEE but the pitches are different in both ears, so i'm constantly hearing at least a dyad, maybe a triad. i still haven't bothered to transcribe it because i can only really hear it at night as i'm falling asleep. or at least that's when i notice it the most
does anyone ever experience an isolated tone? like you can't hear anything except a sudden, definite pitch? that's always fun
You mean like a sudden and intense
that drowns out everything else? Yeah, I get that in a single hear from time to time out of nowhere.
getting flashbanged in MW3
Mine occasionally visits me like the Mosquito of Fate , getting louder and louder like a train passing toward me through a tunnel before fading just as soon as it came.
Mine it’s actually 2 pitches but it sounds like the woods. Like billions of crickets droning. It’s always there.
I usually can ignore it. If I do adderall or blow, forget it. It’s all I hear and/or focus on.
I had something in my left ear for an entire month that I was certain was tinnitus. It sounded like you were standing next to an AC vent with the hair blowing into it, and voices sounded robotic. The doctors laughed that I thought it was tinnitus, never figured it out and it went away eventually. I wanted to jump off a building while it was happening
as an autistic zoomer i can relate to that sound
time to boost the ol vcr/dvd combo again
Mine sounds like hot girls moaning into my ears
mine makes the sound of mom cumming
high-pitched ringing that i can always hear over everything. my hearing is fine though. i recently got a hearing test and my hearing was "exceptionally normal".
like my balls slappin ya mutha's ass cheeks how bout that
>firecracker goes off near me as a kid
>hear sceeching for the rest of my life
>brother plays in metal bands his entire life
>has perfect hearing
My biggest fear in life.
Its over, bros. We got MK Ultraed.
I don't have a constant case, but my right ear occasionally has the generic ringing to it, longest period i had was around 30 minutes or so. i was in a band during a high school and i would often have my right side facing the drum kit during practice, those crash cymbals were rather loud. that might have been one of the main factors