I'm 10 months into extremely loud tinnitus and an eventual diagnosis to Cochlear hydrops. I've done everything the doctor told me and the ringing has not let up for a second. I get it - nobody knows how to fix it (we can CURE deafness, but can't figure out the ringing) and I have to continue my life with screeching, but"026
Has ANYONE'S cochlear hydrops ever gone away? I have not read or heard one account of cochlear hydrops (really all I care about is the tinnitus) that just simply vanished.
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