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... Well I don't know the whole procedure of what Dr poe does. From what I read he will insert a small tube made of plastic type material up into the Eustachian tube and he developed a way to put stints on the back of the tube so it stays into the Eustachian tube so it does not fall out. ... (55 replies)
... I've been trying to read everything that I can about this surgery to open up the tube. How is Dr.Poe's surgery for patulous tube different from the surgery that your trying to get done here in Columbus? ... (55 replies)
... fect hearing to the point that you notice any difference in hearing as that was my experience. As far as ear pressure goes it will allow air pressure through the tube itself and you really don't feel anything you just hear a quick pop when it releases pressure. ... (55 replies)

... t for good and most ent's don't like to do that as it can not be reversed. Basically he is going to cut a piece of fat from my wait line and then put it into the Eustachian tube and then cauterize it shut and as it heels up it will scar shut. ... (55 replies)
... e asking. The tests in themselves are not useless but they will need to scope your sinus on both sides and have you swallow and they will be able to tell if your Eustachian tube are working right or not. ... (55 replies)
... they did scope your sinus from the sound of things and if he said you don't have a patulous Eustachian tube them maybe you don't. ... (55 replies)
... I'm hoping someone will answer some of my questions. I had an ear infection and the fluid wouldnt drain out. I had a myringotomy with no tube. I've heard that the fluid returns alot of the time. If you no longer have an infection why does the fluid come back? ... (0 replies)
... This doctor that I saw on Friday wants me to wait for 10 days before he'll drain or tube my ear. Wants me to use antibiotics and the steroid spray at the same time. I have already done that before. ... (55 replies)
... s and this stronger steroid nose inhaler for 10 days. He says they need to be taken together. I don't understand that. If there is no improvement he said he will drain my ear. I didn't ask about a tube although most doctors probably want to put them in. I don't hold out much hope at this point for the meds to do any good. ... (55 replies)
... You know what's highest allergic reaction was to DOGS..yet i've NEVER felt like I had a reaction to a dog before, i've had a dog before for years, my sister brings her dog over all the weird is that? Allergy tests aren't 100% accurate, i've heard of people coming up negative for years before testing positive & having a high reaction to everything. I don't... (143 replies)
... I thought that was what the tube was for so that the ear would be able to drain. Did they not put a tube in the first time or did the fluid just keep coming back because of the tumor and the tube just wasn't enough to keep it drained. ... (55 replies)
... Bad news..not only now do I have Eustachian Tube Dysfunction(caused by allergies..which btw I found out i'm allergic to just about everything lol) but now I have fluid in my ears..I don't know how it got there or if it has anything to do with ETD but..well my allergist said today if it don't drain we'll talk again but that's the reason my ears always hurt& feel pressured. ... (143 replies)
... When I first got the tube I did fine and had no problems with fluid until the tumor got bigger but that was before I even knew I had it. ... (55 replies)
... For a couple years I've been getting constant middle ear infections. Finally, a specialist diagnosed me with Eustachian Tube Dysfunction. We decided since I would be living overseas for a year to insert baby tubes into my ear so they could properly drain. ... (0 replies)
... Best of luck to you. I followed up with an ENT, who wouldn't speculate on a blockage that had disappeared. A word of warning about draining your ear. I was so worried about a relapse I made sure to pop the bad ear frequently and let things drain. But in doing this too much I probably triggered some pretty severe TMJ problems, which have now sidelined me. Oops. -Kevin (3 replies)
... eustachian tube dysfunction in my left ear for about 2 years. It just randomly happened one day, like it seems to happen to a lot of people. ... (5 replies)
... I had a ventilation tube put in my left ear drum a year ago. ... (3 replies)
... Multiple infections as a child causes pus builup which should drain out the eustachian tube into your throat, but often doesn't. ... (3 replies)
... have a lot of pressure at the end up before the op but I still had fluid in my ear from the last infection. This is my problem the ear never fully drains as the eustachian tube isn't functioning normally but its not as bad as a lot of people that I read about on here. ... (35 replies)
... start to feel a lot of the pressure in your ear release. Depending on how much fluid remains behind the eardrum it can take anything up to six to eight weeks to drain completely. Your hearing can be dull for sometime but should return to normal. ... (13 replies)

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