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... Hi everyone, just looking for some suggestions on a small issue. The past 2 days, I have felt like there is water in my left ear. You know when you are a little kid coming out of the swimming pool and your ear feels full of water and you tilt your head and it clears? ... (1 replies)
... I have no dizziness or nausea now and I even ate at McDonalds. I have a bit of pain, but nothing life shattering and a bit of a headache. It still feels like I have an ear full of water, but I expect that has more to do wtih the packing. ... (352 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. I had sinus congestion along with it, but even when I would get rid of the sinus congestion of course the popping and ear pressure was still there. ... (5 replies)

... I had my left ear done 6 months ago and it was the best decision I ever made. ... (352 replies)
I am now post-op
May 21, 2011
... My ear canal is still so very itchy off and on! I can't wait for it to heal so it will stop being itchy. ... (21 replies)
... When they flush your ears out they use a syringe full of water with a special adapter on the end and the water is shot into the ear canal loosening the wax causing it to fall out. ... (3 replies)
... years ago, and ever since then I have had hearing loss in my left ear. It feels as though my ear is full of water, but there is no pain and I have no dizziness or other symptoms. ... (0 replies)
... Does is sort of sound like rice krispies cereal when milk is poured over it? ... (1 replies)
... They put in the iv and covered me with lots of blankets. The they's time. We are going to put some stuff in your iv and it might sting a little, then you will be out. ... (352 replies)
... hi in the title of the post I am post op day 4. ... (4 replies)
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... Knowing the risk of losing my hearing completely makes it a very difficult decision to proceed with the surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I have seen numerous ENT specialists and so far have still not got a diagnosis. I was convinced that I had Patulous Eustachian Tubes as the most common symptoms of this is a full feeling and the autophony, but apparently they tested me for that and it ruled it out. ... (7 replies)
... I have had progressive, bilateral hearing loss for quite a long time. I'm guessing it probably started over 20 years ago, with the births of my children, but wasn't really noticeable until the last 10 years. ... (19 replies)
... that was 1996 and 2000. The worst years were 1995 and 1998, where the symptoms lasted up to FIVE MONTHS continuously at a stretch, and only a couple of weeks respite before recurring. ... (22 replies)
... But, possibly the scar tissue is what has helped relieve some of the annoyances of the PET? ... (52 replies)
... This has been one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had. ... (173 replies)
... and thus might not necessarily be permanent. One of the audiologists said that eventually my brain should adapt and things will sound normal, as long as it doesn't get worse. ... (22 replies)
... On January 11 2001, life as I knew it ended. My left ear was plugged with wax, I could not hear and it was very uncomfortable. I went to the Walk In Clinic, hoping that the doctor would flush it out. ... (7 replies)
... don't admire my fortitude. I have certainly thrown my share of screaming, crying fits. ... (6 replies)

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