Tinnitus And Nortriptyline

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Jack RS Says:


Can Nortriptyline actually help Tinnitus caused by acoustic trauma? If so, how?



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Jenna Says:

Hi Jack,

According to government studies, this medication can help with tinnitus, although results are going to vary for everyone. Here is a link to the study with more in depth information about its overall effectiveness: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8424470

Since this drug is technically an anti depressant, I am having trouble finding information about "how" it works for Tinnitus.

Learn More: Nortriptyline Details

If anyone else has more information regarding this topic, please post back.

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KC Says:

Tinnitus began a few weeks after I started taking Nortriptyline HCL. I don't think it could help tinnitus at all. Also, the medicine began melting in my throat causing pain and burning in my throat and chest, which made it hard to breathe. It was very frightening.

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