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Bart

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Thanks you for your answer ,

I will hear with my urologist about the things you proposed, I never heard of them .

I know this has been discussed here before but do you think that a single dose of 10 mg Tadalafil has the chance to potentially worsened my tinnitus permanently ?

It has been almost 3 days since I took it, yesterday it had returned to it's base level for the entire day so I tought that it was indeed a temporary adverse reaction, only to be awoken by loud intrusive tinnitus agin in the middle of the night tiday again . I am worried that I continue to make things worse for myself .


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I know this has been discussed here before but do you think that a single dose of 10 mg Tadalafil has the chance to potentially worsened my tinnitus permanently ?

You have already taken that single dose, and you are never going to take the drug again - so the answer is really 
irrelevant, isn't it?

But if you insist, sure there's a chance that single dose worsened your tinnitus permanently. If I were a gambling man, I'd put the odds at around a million to one. But there's always a chance. In Post #15 I wrote: "You are never going to be 100% sure, and anything less than that will bug the spit out of you." The question you just asked is a perfect example of what I meant.

My friend, you are going to be just fine. Really.

Now go talk to your urologist about alprostadil, and forget about the PDE5 inhibitors. OK? Why make yourself sick worrying about it?

Stephen M. Nagler, M.D.

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