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Manny

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Does it affect your concentration and cognitive thingking?
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I want to be a programmer is this going to affect my professional ability?
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I want to be a programmer is this going to affect my professional ability?

Manny, unless you want to be a diamond cutter, a brain surgeon, or a tightrope walker, I suspect you can get to the point where you can fully engage in your occupation of choice!:-)

Seriously now, I believe it’s time for you to forget about the various Internet tinnitus sites (this one included) and go about the business of getting better. You have all the tools you need.

Best wishes in moving ahead with your life!

Stephen M. Nagler, M.D.

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Doc I'm going to use prednisone to get rid of morse tinnitus can you guide me in tapering this? ENT is so far from my City
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Doc I'm going to use prednisone to get rid of morse tinnitus can you guide me in tapering this? ENT is so far from my City

Sorry, Manny. The purpose of this site is to clarify general issues of concern regarding tinnitus and hyperacusis. It would be inappropriate for me to make specific medication and dosing recommendations.

As I mentioned in my last post, I believe it’s time for you to forget about the various Internet tinnitus sites (this one included) and go about the business of getting better. You have all the tools you need.

Stephen M. Nagler, M.D.

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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
- Mahatma Gandhi

No bird ever soared in a calm. Adversity is what lifts us.
-
David McCullough quoting Wilbur Wright
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