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... e something correlation with the air pressure that is affecting my ears, and considering the smoking and allergies during the first trip, I am suspecting that my eustachian tube got blocked. ... (0 replies)
... o male. For the past 2 years I have been tealing with a progressive issue with blocked ears and vertigo and worsening allergies. ... (5 replies)
... t ear has been coming and going. But today the pressure has gotten worse and won't stop. My right ear is starting to hurt too. I also feel alittle of balance. No vertigo or anything like that. ... (23 replies)

... Would Patulous Eustachian Tube Dysfunction cause a loss of balance. I do have some other health issues, but was wondering if this were a factor in my balance. ... (0 replies)
... Hi I ran across this page about eustachian tube dysfunction and was wondering if this could be what is wrong with me. About 2 years ago after drinking some wine and being around smoke I got extremely dizzy, also kind of a weird feeling like a dream sequence almost, but not quite, it's hard to explain. I thought it was the effect from the wine since I normally... (3 replies)
... hey everyone! my MRI came back normal, still awaiting the EEG. i have been having some other health issues, and went to two other drs the last two days. they both seem to think i am having some eustachian tube dysfunction in my right ear/side. that is the side that i usually have the worst pressure and can't get any air though, no matter how hard i try. i also have cryptic... (2 replies)
... th my sinuses. They barely ever felt clogged up unless i had a cold. But now if i get a cold the first thing to happen is my ears get clogged up...I as well get vertigo sometimes. been much better the last 3 months. ... (34 replies)
... HI- I just read your post- and I just added (new member myself)-can relate to you- hope we can help each other I have been to so many ent Dr's-they tell me I have seasonal allergies, eustachian tube dysfunction- I now have a problem from a recent airplane flight- but I also can get the same thing if I catch a cold- fullness in ears,popping sounds, clogging- stuffed nose- so... (34 replies)
... Hello. For the past several years I have had some form of eustachian tube dysfunction. ... (34 replies)
... Would this condition be what I have read described as a patulous ear drum, or dysfunctional Eustachian tube. I do also have bouts of vertigo that come and go. ... (0 replies)
... hI LISA can I relate. I have been told by at least 7 drs that I have what is called eustachian tube dysfunction - meaning that if I get a cold- or it is allergy season( I already take allergy shots- steroid nose spray- use a neti pot)- and truely the best time of year for me is the winter( unless I get a cold)-but driving in a car- atmospheriic changes- yes- it feels all... (10 replies)
... Hi Lenny Thanks for keeping us posted. I really enjoy reading ALL your post!!:) You have some great information and I like the fact that you are interested as well in alternative treatment like myself! I still don't know what is going on with my ears the Dr. thinks it's muscle spasms caused by clenching and TMJ issues. I feel I am suffering from tube dysfunction or... (128 replies)
... help make the vertigo better. ... (2 replies)
... give me more drugs. No thanks. So I switched ENT's and he said definitely the allergies are causing more mucous and more pressure therefore causing the eustacian tube to click and etc. This alone can cause vertigo so I've been on a mission to "cure" my allergies. ... (5 replies)
... Marie67 Yes. Most likely it was the herpes virus that caused the initial illness. I've never had issues with herpes outside of childhood chicken pox. My current symptoms include: -loud tinnitus in both ears like background hissing plus high pitch tone - autophony, my own voice rattles my brain, feels like echo -itchy ears (no pressure) -general dry nasal/throat... (23 replies)
... Marie 67 I developed an acute respiratory infection which progressed into, Iím told, a viral inner ear infection perhaps viral Labyrinthitis. At the onset, I had extreme ear/sinus pressure/dizziness (not vertigo)/tinnitus, extreme headache coupled with excruciating dental pain, and diarrhea. After many rounds of oral steroids, anti-viral meds, and a 6 months nasal spray... (23 replies)
... so instead that we bought the Ear Popper machince and he is using it for 1 month already, hoping it will open the tube for ever. ... (15 replies)
... pitched tinnitus and fullness in my right ear. Went to the doctor the next day, who said I had a Eustachian tube dysfunction and sent me home with Sudafed. My dizziness went away after a few days but not the tinnitus and fullness. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, I take Lunesta for Sleeping and my doctor just put me on Celexa for anxiety/depresson. (34 replies)
... Hi Wisteria, First of all, you're not crazy. :) And I'm sorry your first post got overlooked. Most of us will only respond if we have something helpful to say and even though you're not the only one with those symptoms around here, people often take breaks from the board and don't check in for a few days, weeks or even longer. I don't have experience with your symptoms... (34 replies)


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