Possibly, but consider this. Anything can happen with ms right? Everyone blames whatever is happening to them on ms because it is so unpredictable. In the case of tinnitus, there are sometimes another cause and maybe not ms related. I don't have ms (my wife Linda does) but I do and many, almost everyone my age (51) does have tinnitus. Why? We use headphones/ear buds! It might be at work, but in my case, exercising, Have 'em in my ear as I do whatever. I use headphones that don't sit in my ear for this reason and yet I developed it anyway. It's annoying.
Not sure. I have it now, but I worked in loud environments and used no hearing protection. Plus, listened to music through ear phones probably to loud. I've had MS for over 25 years.
I have had my music loud and danced next to the stage over the years, but not lately. I wasn't diagnosed until I was 64 in 2016. There had been signs but no one put them together until I would go numb between my neck and waist. Then they brought in the neurologist and neurosurgeon to see if my scoliosis was the issue.
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