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... I'm you going to try my best to describe everything, but I feel like I'm not the best at describing my symptoms. ... (0 replies)
Ear Twitch/Spasm
May 15, 2013
... he blue. When I saw you describe it as stepping on snow I couldn't believe it, because that is the EXACT description I settled on after trying to find the way to best explain it. ... (6 replies)
... Could be allergies or a touch of TMJ. Try not to worry. You are too young to have anything major going on in my opinion. I have this but I have a little arthritis in the jaw joint and allergies. Wait a little longer and then see a doctor if it doesn't go away. You could try a decongestant. All the best! It will be ok.:angel: (2 replies)

... n typically cause head pressure and fluid in the ears. This usually is caused by irritants in the air causing your sinuses to swell in reaction to them, and your ear canals, backing up the fluid. You could try an over the counter decongestant, a pharmacist would be able to direct you to the med. ... (1 replies)
... these work by heating up the ear passageways and i think they dilate and therefore help to clear the blockage. ... (2 replies)
... Tried a decongestant antihistamine regime? ... (2 replies)
Inner Ear Fluid
May 21, 2007
... Go to an ENT and look into turbonid reduction surgeries... the only other thing to do is take zyrtec(or another anti-histamine), a decongestant (psuedaphedrine the real stuff not the newer substitute), and Nasal Sprays (Nasonex/Flonase/Astelin.. and 4x daily sinus rinses with saline spray (Simply saline is the best in my opinion). Allergy testing and shots are another option.... (4 replies)
Ear infection
Jan 12, 2007
... Normally it is a combination of swollen lymph nodes, and trapped ear fluid. These set up you inner ear in such away you are more sensitive to the higher sound ranges, such as transformer emissions which originate from all electronics. ... (1 replies)
Ear infection
Oct 18, 2006
... Yes. Your ears are your gyroscopes... when fluid is in your ear and gets excessive it can cuase balance issues. ... (5 replies)
... vinegar rinses to clear it out. If it is cold related... the drugs will help... if it is wax the remover will help. If symptoms continue or the ear wax removal process is extremely painful make time to get to the doctor. ... (5 replies)
... I have those issues with my glasses when my lymph nodes behind my ear are swollen. If you have an ear infection.... ... (1 replies)
... I had noticed the hearing in my right ear was getting progressively worse over the years and I especially noticed it holding my cell phone to different ears. It started to freak me out. ... (4 replies)
... I'm guessing the numbness around my ear is from my incision. ... (17 replies)
... I had a stapedectomy December 2, 10 days ago. I am 55 yoa. Noticed I couldn't hear well in the left ear on the phone, then background noise affected my hearing, starting about 3 years ago. ... (17 replies)
... oncert, other loud noise exposure etc, then you want to see an ENT and rule out more serious issues including a Viral infection. If it is a viral infection it is best treated within days of occurance and can be done so with a prescription Valtrex. ... (5 replies)
... I was similar except I didn't just get a chronic stuffy nose. I couldn't breather through my nose at all and I retained a sinus infection year round with bonus ear infections every other month. ... (3 replies)
... roof for the UPPP, so it was X'd. Now I am doing great even though I still have sleep apnea. I will keep an eye out for your posts and listen and comiserate as best I can. ... (14 replies)
... Down 20 pounds, mild sleep apnea, no more sinus or ear infections.. I am in the best health I have been since prebaby college athelete stage. ... (16 replies)
... Did the ENT give you a script for Oticaine ear drops? ... (1 replies)
Some one?
Jun 4, 2007
... 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. ... (1 replies)

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