I'm glad I could be of some help. I am in the same boat as you are and can only share what I've learned and maybe a little support, as obviously I also have no medical background.
I just thought I'd add a few more things that were suggested by some of the doctors I've seen. Several have said that I could take 81mg of aspirin daily, which I am doing. When I asked Dr.Link if he thought it would be a good idea, he responded that it's a good idea for everyone over 50 to take one. There was one study done by Massachusetts eye and ear I believe which showed that it could help slow or halt the growth of the neuroma. I also occasionally take turmeric, a very small dose, as it reduced inflammation in general. I figured it couldn't hurt. Also, a neurootologist told me to take at least 450 mg of magnesium per day as it may help to diminish the tinnitus. Also, in the early stages of my diagnosis I seemed to experience more twitching of my eyes and chin etc. and was given .5 mg of lorazepam to calm things down which I only took when needed but which really worked for me. I was also very nervous and anxious and it helped with that too. I also started using the calm app, and doing more yoga and walks in hopes of trying to stay calm. I think anything which helps you to reduce your stress levels may be a good idea. Just a few things which worked for me, but I'm sure everyone is a little different.