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Ringing in the ears??
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fibrochica - October 1

Me again! Does anyone else ever get the ringing in the ears? On my really bad days, like today-it's raining in NNY- the ringing is soooooo loud, I have to have constant background noise or go crazy. I also have sinus issues, so that may be the culprit, but thought I would check with other FMSers.

 

tnichel - October 1

Yes. Tinnitus is usually caused by TMJD. Look for it on this site. Sinus and allergy issues can cause problems to. It's harmless but annoying as heck.

 

axxie - October 1

Get them all the time, sometimes I imagine myself taking a towel and going from one ear to the next and clear them. I must have seen it in the movies at one time. Create white noise in your bedroom when you go to be to help you not focusing on the ringing.

I have been to many ear nose and throat doctors and the trick believe it or not, is to wash away your sinus once a day in the morning. It does help and actually helps you with your sinuses.
I take aerius every morning and also helps me with the issues of allergic reaction and does clear out your sinus.

 

Fantod - October 1

Yes - Tinnitus is my new best friend. Sometimes it is accompanied by vertigo too. As a result, I now have a spiffy bright blue wheelchair that I can use as a walker. The "perks" of Fibromyalgia are never-ending. Take care.

 

chowda72 - October 7

I also have ringing in the ears, its so bad that i have to sleep with the TV on at night or i would go even more crazy.

 

katrinalove_1 - October 9

Hi fibrochica, My daughter and myself have ringing in the ears. I had it yesterday when it was raining. We both have fibromyalgia. Also the pain in both hips, even after injections is bad. It must be from the rain we are having and it has turned colder. Hope this helps.

 

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