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I am now post-op
May 25, 2011
... I've had no crackling or popping, just a steady plugged feeling that I've had since January when I fell. Some days the ear feels fluid filled and a little more plugged than normal, but a decongestant seems to help that feeling. I've been waiting for the cracking and popping to happen and nothing, just the plugged up feeling. Had a mishap this morning in the shower, the... (21 replies)
I am now post-op
May 24, 2011
... blood clots. They fill the inner ear with blood clots which the immune system will eventually liquify and it will drain out thru your eustachian tube. I know when mine drains, my eustachian tube spasms off and on, and I hear crackling. ... (21 replies)
... this can work to alleviate the inflammation in the tubes thus allowing the fluid to drain. If it proves stubborn to treat, a tiny tube can be inserted in to the ear drum which allows the fluid to drain. This is not painful and is done under a local anaesethetic often in a doctor's office. ... (1 replies)

... the tube is closed for the first hour or so after I get up. From what I understand, that's the time it takes for the blood that pooled there overnight to drain downward and allow the tube to pop open again. ... (52 replies)
... ear, but that was it. no ringing, no spells of vertigo, nothing. I made an appointment with my ENT and seen him the following day and was told that the temporary tube that they had put in to drain the fluid had fallen out at some point, so he removed it and put a patch over it so that it would heal. ... (0 replies)
... r infection was like that a year ago. Like you I had never had an ear infection before in adulthood. Since then I have another five! Problem is basically your eustachian tube. If this doesnt work properly you end up with an ear infection. Avoid sugar and dairy for a while as this just promotes the problem with you ear. ... (13 replies)
Stopped Up ear
Jun 1, 2003
... The stuff has to thin out and work it's way down your eustachian tube. ... (4 replies)
... No conductive or nerve damage. I had an ear infection which seemed to lead on to another and then another. Sort of glue ear is the condition I think I have. Eustachian tube dysfunction because of the constant ear infections. Iv had six in seven months so the fluid hasnt had time to drain before another ear infection sets in. ... (35 replies)
... much been wearing ear muffs since...this was last Sunday..so about a week ago. I went to the Dr. the following thursday...he said it was likely allergies and my eustachian tube was swollen and not allowing the fluid to drain... ... (0 replies)
... About a year and a half ago, I suffered severe ear pain, hearing loss, etc. and it was determined that I had huge adenoids that needed to be removed, as well as, eustachian tubes that all of a sudden, at age 36 were full of fluid. I had the surgery to remove the adenoids and to have the tubes put in my ears. ... (1 replies)
... and thus drain it. ... (3 replies)




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