A quick update on tinnitus

This afternoon the phone rang, I answered. It was for me from a jolly fellow who wanted to help me get back my PPI. His mate had rung yesterday and I had told him that I had never had PPI and he had been very pleasant, apologised and hung up but this guy was determined that I MUST have had it! I may have raised my voice after he kept going on about it though I didn’t shout – then he shouted at me. When I hung up on him (best thing to do!) I felt that I had gone a bit more deaf in my right ear.😳

Several hours later and I’m just finishing my dinner while watching Corrie. The commercials come on and suddenly I realise that there’s no noise! After a minute or two more I realise that the tinnitus has gone! Sitting here now, I think I can hear a little sssssshhhhhhhsshhhhhing in that ear but I’m enjoying the loud noise being gone – if it’s only for an hour. After eight or nine years, the silence is truly golden!😄

(The next morning – it’s back😰 but I DID enjoy a few hours of peace!)

About Candy

I am 74, was a teacher, then a dealer in antiques and collectables. When I retired to the seaside I started website selling antique and vintage games and wooden jigsaw puzzles. Now, I'm spending my time blogging, gardening and making oil paintings.
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2 Responses to A quick update on tinnitus

  1. Veronica Clarke-Hanik says:

    You need that fellow to call you on a regular basis! ; o)
    Veronica

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  2. Candy says:

    No thanks! I blocked him when he started shouting at me! I’ll get Julian to shout occasionally. 🙂

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