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... Can anyone tell me some symptoms they had with enlarged adnoids? ... (8 replies)
... You need to see an ENT given your problems.. it could be inflammed turbonide membranes, pollumps, and enlarge adnoids and tonsils too. Not being able to breathe through your nose indicates you should see someone. ... (8 replies)
... retained ear fluid and hearing loss, chronic sinusitus. Ear problems are the main biggie. In conjunction with sinus infections and snoring you are looking at enlarged tonsils as well. ... (8 replies)

... existant. Adnoids tend to effect the drainage of your sinuses when enlarged. Enlarged adnoids tend to promote an increased chance of contracting and retaining impacted sinus and ear infections. ... (16 replies)
... yes thank you, and you have helped me understand alot. I think this board is great and that it has very nice people! Thanks for everything!! (8 replies)
... I didn't know your age.. Your age was irrevelant, with regards to my recommendation. The doctors that are trusted with the most children tend to be better ENT's. These ENT's also tend to be specialized in the most recent techniques like endoscopic surgeries and laser ablative techniques. I make this recommendation, because I have had the most success with getting to the... (8 replies)
... ok thanks I will try to find a good one, and I am 20 is that why I need to see one who see's alot of childern? (8 replies)
... The ENT will inspect you and mostlikely get a battery of sinus scans done.. CT and possible MRI. Make sure you are going to an ENT that sees a lot of children. They will only perform surgery when necessary and tend to be current on the latest and lease invasive techniques. Mine was Dr. St. Charles in Chattanooga, TN. He was and is fabulous.. he has operated on me and... (8 replies)
... ok thank you very much. I was not sure if I needed to see anyone since I was able to breathe ok. (8 replies)
... ok well my problem I cannot breathe through my nose, I talk nasally, I snore and breathe through my mouth so I know those are some symtoms in kids but I never have ear infections or any of that. (8 replies)
... Tuck, I'm 24 and about to get my tonsils out after years and years of chronic strep throat and hyponea because of the partial blockage of my airway. I just wanted to let you know that my parents and doctors had the same concerns about removing lymphoid tissue, however all the research show that once the gland hypertrophies and is chronicall infected (every doctor relies on... (9 replies)
... Removal of the adnoids did not improve or help with my son's snoring or air flow issues. I am due to have my son evaluated for sleep apnea, because of his sleep habits and snoring. ... (9 replies)
... My son 4 now four has had both his adnoids and then tonsils removed. First we had the adnoids removed... this took care of his chronic ear infections. ... (9 replies)
... ear trouble.... with secondary infections stemming off of viral ones being the next.... third structural enlarged adnoids or tonsils can cause fluid to get trapped and infected as well. ... (3 replies)
... hearing loss due to chronic retained ear fluid. This was a combined probem from enlarged adnoids and allergies. The adnoids prevented the ears from draining and he had chronic ear infections as a result. My husband had something similar when he was young as well. ... (1 replies)
... itsmemara, I know you have been to a lot of ENT's and your General Practicioner... Have you been to an allergist/immunologist? Fluid in the ear normally is the result of one of two things, allergies or abnormal structure (enlarged adnoids/tonsils). If the ENT's have not recommended surgery, then it may be allergic in origin. Just a thought, can not hurt too much to check... (6 replies)
... On another note, fluid in the ear is a common allergic response problem, causing pain with pressure and temperature changes. It can alse be the result of enlarged adnoids and tonsils preventing the fluid from draining. ... (10 replies)
... you may suggest is your tonsils and adnoids. Now I know that you said that doctors have seen you but from what you described, they may be overlooking somethings. Enlarged tonsils and adnoids can cause some of the symptoms you describe. ... (3 replies)
... Could be due to the adnoidectomy they did, which removes the adnoids from the nasal area. ... (3 replies)
... or getting your adnoids taken out because they can block the eustachian tubes if they are enlarged. ... (9 replies)


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