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... This continued and after a couple of days tinnitus started. My ear is always unbalanced, occasionally the ear pops, but after minutes it goes back unbalanced. The tinnius started and since then it is getting worse. ... (7 replies)
... How can they say minere'e unless they do an MRI to eliminate the possibility of a middle ear tumor or nerve tumor. You can even have a cholesterol crystal in your middle ear causing a slow fluid build up. ... (7 replies)
... may be u can c a different doc .just make sure its not a ruptured ear drum or ear infection (7 replies)

... Lib I have been reading your posts all over the place from all different times and I'm a bit confused, where are you at now with your ears.. I have PET for 11 years. (7 replies)
... To be honest, I don't really know what to do. I saw an ENT today and he has mentioned that my symptoms of ear fullness and tinnitus are classic Meniere's. He has booked me in for an audiogram Monday. He says he will know for sure if it is Meniere's after that. ... (7 replies)
... i have all these symptoms and i have middle ear myoclonus.... ... (7 replies)
... little better. The forceps couldn't get it all out so he had to use the little vacuum. Not much fun, but still the release of pressure and scratching of my itchy ear canal were worth it. Then I could hear much better. It sure had a strange, tinny quality to it, but still it was SOUND. Loud sound. ... (6 replies)
... I went to another doctor (not ENT specialist) today and he diagnosed me with Meniere's Disease. Yet I do not have any balance problems yet. He said I can still have Meniere's without dizziness or vertigo...afterall I show symptoms of all the others. Is this true? He has refered me to a ENT specialist to confirm, but I have to wait for many weeks before I can see one..... (7 replies)
... Thank-you so much for answering. I'll book another appointment. The previous doctor was actually the second one I've seen, (the first sent me away saying it was congestion) he looked at the eardrum and said it was normal, if it was ruptured, could he have missed it through a visual exam? One thing is that there is no pain and no infection yet, but it has only been three... (7 replies)

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