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Re: Some one?
Jun 4, 2007
Decongestants will help with retained fluids.. and you should see a difference in 24-48 hours. I am not familiar with the term "catarrh". And as a result am suspicious of it. I will look into the term. You may have sustained hearing damage do to prolonged exposure to load or chronic noise. My father is tone deaf from all his younger year head phone use.. my husband is a fine example of high range frequency tone deafness.. which means he can tune my son and I out with ease. If it is sound induced ear trauma.. I can only see the decongestant helping if there is fluid building up about the site of the trauma.

Best of luck to you. The aching may be pressure related and the result of slow fluid drainage and drying.

MG





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