... I think you can get mucus in the inner that causes problems. I posted some more details in another post on this page. I do find antihistamines and mucinex time released pills do help. ... (2 replies)
... much accepted the fact that I had labyrinthitis and it was just lasting longer than normal. That was until I started to realize that I've been having really bad mucus problems in my throat. ... (2 replies)
... Does this sound like an inner ear disorder or maybe some chronic allergies? ... (10 replies)
... sinus infections one after the other. Every time I had them I was on antibiotics, the infection went away for a few weeks and then bam back again. In 2002 i didn't have any sinus infections. ... (1 replies)
... like" state or an unsteady, swaying, heavy head feeling. There has also been the occasional "buzzing" in my head, and I have often times felt pressure on and off in my sinuses. ... (5 replies)
... Hang in there. Chances are it's not life threatening and it can be dealt with. ... (6 replies)
... I would definitely pursue going to a new ENT or even better an otoneurologist. In the meantime maybe you should try an elimination diet to see if you have any dietary sensitivites. You may want to cut out dairy and wheat to decrease mucus. ... (10 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. ... (17 replies)
... I have been suffering with some inner ear issues since January 2013 and still do not have a good diagnosis. ... (0 replies)
... nd ER visit. Diagnosed with Rhinitis in the nose. Also visited gastroenterologist who said I was sick but it could've been something viral. When I cried mucus came out but it was clear like water not yellow or green. ... (3 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)
... s time it got so bad that even after days had passed from my attack, I noticed that I felt dizzy all day and every time I burped I had this really annoying sound in my left ear and everytime i pass saliva, my right ear pops. ... (0 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)
... About a year ago i had this aweful brown sometimes clear sometimes yellow mucous in the back of my throat that i had to keep gross i know but i had to snort to get it lower in my throat so i could hawk it up if you know what i mean. ... (0 replies)
... I don't think there is anything there in Hayley's husbands that would indicate menieres. ... (7 replies)
... ears like they could explode, heavy brainfog, pulsating feeling that ran through the middle of my head, vision problems, excessive nausea and vomiting, excessive mucus in the throat, pressure behind my nose, fluttery feeling in my ear, buzzing feeling in my head, tinnitus, and many other symptoms. ... (15 replies)
... Dr. Rauch states something between months to Two Years...
Obviously this depends on each person, it's treatment, and additional factors suchas migraine(migraneurs take longer), anxiety(one huge factor against compensation). sinus-colds, you name it.
I started 16 months ago, on November 2004, with a quick recovery, and a 2005 almost free of symptoms, besides a mild decomp... (10 replies)
... lucky, a gp really has no idea about the inner ear, so they send you to an ent first. if no help there, then they send you to a neurologist. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Flowers,
You say you no dizziness or vertigo (believe me - you'd know if you did)?
In which case the full sensation is unlikely to be innerear related, (just so you know the "outer ear" is the space up to the eardrum, the "middle ear" is the chamber inside your skull behind the eardrum, and the "inner-ear" is even further in than that separated by bone and membranes).... (5 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)