Although the use of "had had" is grammatically correct, it doesn't read well and seems awkward to me. Take for example the following sentence: "I had had enough of this nonsense and was ready to move on." What is a better alternative to using "had had"?
Rewriting to avoid "had had" is almost always a good idea. It reads even more terribly than it sounds.
The easy way out is to use a contraction:
...but that's a little cheap. Depending on the context of the quote, you have several options:
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"I was tired enough hearing of this nonsense and was ready to move on"
"I was in no mood to tolerate any more nonsense and felt ready to move on."
These could work well. Let me know if they fitted in well with your sentence structure; since you've only quoted half of it, I can't really tell.