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... As most of you know I have a vestibular disorder which has resulted in Eustachian tube dysfunction. ... (1 replies)
... Cindy, Hopefully you have found a treatment by now but thought I would share what has worked for me. I began suffering with eustachian tube dysfunction a few years back. I have been prescribed numerous things but nothing ever really seemed to work well. ... (21 replies)
... w days without noticing it. Other times it is quite annoying. Sometimes it can very annoying and can on occasions be "painful". I usually feel fine first thing in the morning but I can sense it coming on quite early in the day when I'm in the shower or when I'm driving to work. ... (0 replies)

... However in my case my ET surgeries gave NO relief at all, this gave away the game. In your case you mention you have been achieving relief from ET treatments, a cold giving you relief, etc, this tells us your diagnosis may be correct! ... (66 replies)
... Can get dry air up through my eustachian tube when driving if I exercise my jaw in a certain way. ... (34 replies)
... p....have a nasal dropper and draw up the solution and head back , squeeze into your nostril , gently inhale then start blowing your nose this hasd worked for me in the past when i felt deaf from mucus in the e tubes..... ... (5 replies)
... I read it somewhere, i rub it from my ear to my jaw, it's only been a day but in that day did notice that i have been swallowing a lot of mucus, Did either of you notice this? ... (123 replies)
... Kelly, I had this so bad for about 4 months when it all started. It was so bad in the morning when I got up that I would choke and gag on the excessive mucas until I would throw up like a 1/4 cup of it. I would constantly try and clear my throat and swallow really hard but most times it would not go down. I let it run its corse and eventually went away. I don't know... (1 replies)
... Hey, My issues go beyond just the Tinnitus ect... I was diagnosed with Vestibular NEuritis recently. THat started back in January, but I feel like I making my way through that. While I had that however I had a lot of mucus build up and was blowing heavy... ... (9 replies)
... like I'm on a boat sometimes, bobbing up and down. If I don't have flat, solid ground beneath my feet, it feels a lot worse. I also have fullness and pressure in the ears, but rarely any ear pain. ... (2 replies)
... I am having ZERO luck in finding a diagnosis of any kind and hope someone can maybe suggest something I haven't tried. ... (26 replies)
... the thing about sounds being too loud and having to suck in to get relief is your Eustachian Tube malfunctioning. When you yawn, the tubes open and you hear the click. They are supposed close again on their own, but for some reason yours don't seem to. ... (17 replies)
... autophoney can be a symptom of several ear probs...i know you said you have vertigo too and there is a condition called sscd, that is an erosion in the inner ear bone...look into that too..while you are exploring all options. ... (173 replies)
... It is good to check in occasionally and see what everyone is doing to deal with their continuing ear problems. ... (173 replies)
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... of my "normal" weight. I am trying to gain it back, and have put 7 pounds back on. So far, no improvement in the PET symptoms. ... (173 replies)
Ear Infections
Jan 1, 2002
... Many of my patients have a history of repeated ear infections in early childhood. ... (1 replies)


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