About Me: Male, 54, Saugus, MA, member since Nov 2010
I am a man who has moved around a bit, was in NYC 12 years, then Boston for 5 years and now am in Saugus. I have a degree in physics, I used to sing karaoke, lift weights, do a little modeling, but I do none of that now. I have had sudden onset Tinnitus and Hyperacus
[More]is and my diagnosis for the causes have been very slow but my life has come to a halt. My case is complex and I saw a poster on here who's case seemed to have some parallels to mine because I had many odd symptoms before the T. I could be called a minor celeb in some circles because of youtube and other media. But, no kidding, I am known far and wide by a niche audience. I want to explain my case on here, it is puzzling and this site seems to me to be on the ball.
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