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... I have experienced same problem with ear pain whilst flying, it hurt's. I would recommend seeing your doctor just to make sure you have not ruptured your ear drum. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Carole, I just read your detailed post on your symptoms. Like you, after seeing several doctors who either said they could not help me and/or could not agree on what my diagnosis was, it became very frustrating. I am now a strong believer of being your own advocate and doing your own research. It was only on my insistance that my local ENT ran a scope down my throat... (127 replies)
... i also do have alot of neck tension and i do clench my teeth alot...especially in my sleep, it will wake me up.......and all of this did start after a nasty cold and upper resp.infection..everything went away except for the clogged ears, will the swelling just eventually go down on its own? ... (211 replies)

... t now that blowing your nose too hard can cause this type of problem, but who knew that then. And it was something I had to do! It was during this time that my R ear became blocked. Saw my 1st ENT, had antibiotics, then cordosone. ... (127 replies)
... Some folks were posting about their experience but didn't mention how old they were...just that they were adults. And some folks said nothing of their pain tolerance...so I wanted to give as much of that info as possible. ... (82 replies)
Adult ear tubes
May 9, 2012
... I have always had pressure problems when flying resulting in ear pain and plugged up ears. When I last flew 2 years ago, both ears plugged up and never unplugged. ... (10 replies)
... It all started when I was about 10. Going in the pool on holiday in France I must have picked up an ear infection. At the time I just thought it was blocked, so went into the bathroom and blasted my ear with the shower head. ... (0 replies)
... The Doc said I should be, but she also said you can burst an ear drum flying with blocked eustachian tubes, however, I'm yet to read this anywhere, that seems to be only a problem with ear infections...? ... (9 replies)
... and went to the dr thinking I was going to be put on amoxicillan for 10 days to clear it. Turned out that it wasn't an infection, just a slightly red ear drum and no fluid behind it either. ... (211 replies)
... I also will have the expense of flying to Boston from Los Angeles. February in Boston will be cold, but like you say, worth it if Dr. Poe can help. ... (127 replies)
... I still put a cotton ball in my ear whenever I leave the house. ... (17 replies)
... Hi to my fellow ear pressure buddies..... ... (211 replies)
... I didn't have a lot of dizziness after the initial surgery, though I do seem to be more prone to dizzy spells in normal activities. ... (3 replies)
Help!!
Nov 5, 2007
... AM and PM onwards the real nightmare begins but now Im better equipped. Trying to avoid pain i realised i had consumed 1200 calories. ... (3 replies)
Help!!
Nov 4, 2007
... then you will be literally ready to kill yourself if you try getting on a plane so soon afterwards. The ear pain that you've already felt will be nothing compared to what you will feel if you attempt to get in a plane. ... (3 replies)
... As I only had the injection, and as I already had the fullness feeling from the sshl, I did not notice any difference after the injection. I STILL have that full feeling, 6 months later. ... (27 replies)
... nd this board and was hoping someone out there could help me, or rather, help my brother. For about the past 10 years my brother has been suffering from chronic ear pain. The pain results from changes in air pressure. ... (0 replies)
... I had my tonsillectomy on June 16. I read this both before and after and it has helped answer some questions. I have not had severe pain, but my ears have hurt since the moment I came out of recovery. ... (58 replies)
... ctors that it is safe, because the tubes prevent pressure from building up behind the eardrum. They automatically equalize the middle ears. And indeed, I feel no pain when flying. ... (57 replies)
... particularily with the right ear giving me troubles. ... (5 replies)


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