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... Namely, my Eustachian tubes filled with fluid followed an associated "clicking" or "popping" sound in my ears. Furthermore, I have been experiencing on and off dizziness throughout the last six months. I do not have post nasal drip and I am pretty much headache and sinus pressure free, although very rarely I do experience both. ... (3 replies)
... Dizziness then crackling in ears an popping followed by tinnitus a few days later. Never went away unfortunately. I have heard if you have in longer than 3 months it's considered chronic... ... (3 replies)
... ear was popping. I went to the clinic and she said it was probably just a sinus infection or pressure and prescribed sudafed and nasal spray. I took that and the popping didn't go away but I developed chest pains and heart fluttering so I stopped taking the sudafed immediately. So she then put me on a ear drop antibiotic. ... (28 replies)

... gigatigga, I know your pain. I have very similar symptoms. I have dizziness with mine and fullness of my ears. Yours seems to come and go. Mine are pretty consistent. I am researching PET. ... (1 replies)
... For the past few weeks my ears have been popping when I swallow. My right ear pops everytime I swallow, and the left every other time I swallow. ... (1 replies)
... line though and some people have had some pretty scary side effects from it so that makes me nervous. They said it caused depression, mood swings, sleeplessness, dizziness and weight gain. The first 4 I can definately do without, been there and still there with the lightheadedness. ... (58 replies)
... My ears as I said before run my life. ... (2 replies)
... lib, how was your GW appointment - did you decide against the botox injection? thanks, nick (10 replies)
... the popping when swallowing and talking is still there. but i can tap a pen close my compact and put dishes away now with out that eardrum movement and horrible noise. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Sandra, My first visit back in many years and I read your oh so familiar tale. 5 years ago for me, Yep my surgeon gave me no indication of what to expect either. I suppose how could he, he hasn't the condition or given himself the op.... Cheer up it's good news, promise. I know, maybe not for me though you're thinking that's what I thought too. I had my right ear... (10 replies)
... oked a bit puzzled, but he said he wasn't worried at this point and to see him again in 6 weeks and that it'd be fluid behind my ear. He said i need to have some popping before i'll hear. ... (10 replies)
... I still have a little bit of dizziness if I exert myself too much. ... (27 replies)
... . Hi Stephen! Congratulations on good recovery.What is your hearing now in terms of db if you have a report you can see it and tell. My doctor asked me not to get hit on left side(operated ear). But can we sneeze like normal people and also not worry about catching cold and what about lifting of weights.My doctor told me to slowly move towards a normal... (3 replies)
... I had my right ear stapadectory on 13 June. My left ear is fine, but the hearing in my right ear was severely degraded. I put off the operation for more than 20 years after my initial diagnosis of otosclorosis but finally decided to get it done. Like many people on this forum, I had a lot of anxiety after the procedure as I experienced new feelings and sensations... (3 replies)
... r went in about 11 days before I did...just looked LOL Have you noticed any improvements still happening....and what about pressure feeling and ears popping.. I hear like my ears are clogged and need to pop.. ... (7 replies)
... Other than that, I'm pretty much just feeling under the weather. No major dizziness and no throwing up, thank God. One thing that has me freaked out is that I woke myself up in the middle of the night by popping my ears in my sleep! Ugh... ... (49 replies)
... I had a stapedectomy surgery in my right year in February 1982 at age of 25 in Kuwait government hospital and lost hearing to the right year completely, now what I am hearing is only with the help of left ear. I am now 52 years old, is with one another operation, is it possible to get my hearing back (17 replies)
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... I have been sharing posts with some of you regarding my recent experience of surgery. It is easier to explain it in one post rather than several. I had stapedectomy surgery in my left ear in August 2008 and it went exceptionally well. The hearing in that ear is better than what was expected. I had my right ear done in early November 2008 and knew right away that... (17 replies)
... I did ask my surgeon about flying before the surgery. He recommended not to because of the plane's pressure and altitude changes. You really don't want that ear popping while it's healing. I'm taking his advice, because I've realized how much I've missed not being able to hear my niece and nephews while they are growing up. ... (13 replies)

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