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Tinnitus as new symptom of longstanding neuropathy anyone?

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Hi,
   I'm trying to get to the bottom of what might be causing my relatively new and worsening tinnitus. Mine is a very high frequency whine - never varies but it does ease when I've been asleep. A minute or two so into wakingit returns with a vengeance. Is it significant that it eases when I have been sleeping or is everyone's like this? My GP can find nothing in my ears to explain. I'm a 53 year old post menopausal woman.

I have a neurological presentation of Sjogren's Syndrome that is very like MS. I have sicca (dry eyes), GERD, disequilibrium and small fibre neuropathy with inflammatory arthritis thrown in as a non erosive comorbidity. T

I also have bruxism (jaw clenching) and a very allergic history.

Does this neurological presentation sound familiar to anyone else with tinnitus I wonder? I am under neurology, rheumatology and endocrinology (hypothyroid).

I'm asking because I want to know whether or not to request that my GP refers me to audiology/ ENT now? 

Please help.
Thanks!
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
References:https://patient.info/forums/discuss/tinnitus-as-new-symptom-of-longstanding-neuropathy-anyone--543170

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