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... Is it possible to get a sinus infection from allergies that does not affect your eyes or nose... ... (1 replies)
... vacation from Puerto Rico and was put on antibiotics. After this I could not unblock my right ear and my left ear somtimes gave me trouble. I was diagnosed with Eustachian Tube Dysfunction and told this is common after a cold and takes time to go way. ... (5 replies)
... My problem started with an ear infection and the fluid wouldn't go away. Right now my ear feels full and I feel like I've lost half my hearing ability. ... (23 replies)

... I had an ear infection 3 months ago and was left with fluid in my left ear. The fluid was just driving me crazy. ... (23 replies)
... I'm having same issues that you are. Have lost partial hearing in the affected ear. Feel pressure and off balance. It all started with me getting a sinus infection followed by an ear infection with fluid build up. Steroid sprays, antibiotics, have not helped. My ear is still blocked. ... (11 replies)
... What kinds of tests do they want done to diagnose this problem. I had an ear infection over 2 months ago with effusion. Have lost 25 percent or more of my hearing. That is just an estimate on my part but I feel that it is correct. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 63yo male in otherwise excellent health who has suffered from intermittent/moderate RT eustachian tube blockage (related to frequent air travel) for many years. Most recently, I have a middle ear infection resulting from a cold that has completely blocked my RT tube (profound hearing loss and profound tinnitus, some loss of balance). My GP prescribed a Z pack for the... (11 replies)
... Hey everybody. I have had what I believe to be "tinnitus" (constant ringing or buzzing in the ears) for about a year now. Just very recently, I am now becoming dizzy as a result. I finally got some medication for what doctors think to be a bacterial infection and some additional medication for the dizziness I'm also experiencing. I personally think that it's a middle ear... (0 replies)
... pain anymore. Of course, immediately they want me to see an audiologist first to have my hearing checked. The last doctor I saw diagnosed me with dysfunctional Eustachian tube. I am so frustrated. Is there anyone who know how this is successfully treated? ... (1 replies)
... water up your nose and at the same time hold your nose and tilt your head back and to the side of that ear. It takes a bit of practice to get the water down the eustachian tube! This will feel very, very unpleasant for a five minutes or so!!!!! I first mixed too much salt in and thought my sinus was on fire!! ... (2 replies)
... about medical issue on the web but, when I typed in Dr. Poe's name and saw the comments I had to get more info. I have been suffering for the last 7 months with Eustachian Tube Patulous on my right side. At first no one knew what it was they put a tube in my ear. ... (128 replies)
... e not been in touch for a while. I have been back to my ear specialist and he has looked and said my ear is very clear and if it sticks it is what is left in the eustachian tube. all i get now is the beating noise like a heart beat in the ear. I do not have any screeching tinitus. ... (123 replies)
... Brynac I have eustachian tube dysfunction thats what ent call the condition I have. It lets fluid build up in the middle ear and this eventually leads to ear infections. ... (123 replies)
... ing antihistamines like allergy relief stuff. I really hope this works! I think he saw fluid in my ears or something.Cause he looked in there and right away said Eustachian Tube Dysfunction. And you know what sometimes I think I can feel something in there!! Maybe that's all it is, I hope. ... (123 replies)
... There are so many things can cause the symptoms which we have. You need to explore every possibility I know I am. A plugged up feeling in the ear usually means eustachian tube dysfunction or inner ear issues. Are you seeing anyone at the ent? ... (123 replies)
... I think what your doctor is trying to tell you is that you have eustachian tube dysfunction. The same as me. The tube should be closed but should open when you yawn or when you are decending like down a steep hill or when you are flying. ... (123 replies)
... d jump in on this thread I hope you all don't mind!!! I've been hearing my heartbeat in my ear it's like a whoosh whoosh whoosh noise. My doctor said it's ETD my eustachian tube is stuck in the closed position? ... (123 replies)
... Todd, Hi my ear tube looks like a small cotton reel. If you look into the ear you can see it. ... (123 replies)
... fection. I had to take three lots of antibiotics, the third dose being a really strong one to settle the infection. About five weeks or so later I look a viral infection and another ear infection, then another ear infection, then another! ... (123 replies)
... Iv had them all. I have a blocked eustachian tube too which led to me having the first ear infection, the treatments didnt work and Iv had another five since then. ... (123 replies)

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