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Untreated ENT Patients Ring In Another New Year with Tinnitus

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NEW YORK, NY – Contented to spend the end of 2019 on the couch with all the television coverage of the Times Square ball drop on mute, the nation’s untreated ENT patients are not looking forward to ringing in yet another New Year’s with incapacitating tinnitus.

Collectively they are not on any medications that could cause this most resolute of symptoms, and all have been reassured by ENTs throughout the year it is likely viral and will pass even though it’s been going on for some months or years by now.

As you count down 10, 9, 8… and wonder where your friend or loved one is, they’re just covering their ears with their hands and ear muffs, trying to suppress the urge to scream and cry, which is their own way of joyously expressing “Happy New Year!”

Or should we say, “Happy New Ears!” (Silly joke FTW!)

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