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nsanito

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I have had 3 episodes of that high-pitched 10 second "fleeting tinnitus" break through my regular T (same ear). Should I be concerned? It sure is unsettling, even for just those few seconds.
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Sorry, I wasn't clear with my question. Those 3 episodes were within the last 24 hours.
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Hello nsanito -

Welcome. And thank you for your question.

To the best of my knowledge, fleeting tinnitus - no matter how frequently it might occur - is absolutely no cause for concern. See, for instance, my comments about fleeting tinnitus in Post #2 in the "T Questions to learn" thread.

Stephen M. Nagler, M.D.
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Thanks, Dr. Nagler.  Appreciate your insight.
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Thanks, Dr. Nagler.  Appreciate your insight.

You are welcome, nsanito.

Glad to help.

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