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... I take a medication called premarin, which a chemist has to make. It is in liquid form and inserted through the nose while laying down. It goes into the Eustachian tube and swells it up, and causes just enough scar tissue to prevent patency. I use this medication for six weeks. ... (26 replies)
... ello every body............ I was reading here and it is very comforting to see others with same problems. I was diagnosed with meniers disease in 1977 and also eustachian tube dysfunction. I have experienced and still do most of these same reported symtoms here. ... (35 replies)
... specialist here in Europe, too. He said autophony is one of the main symptoms, but not all patients have this. He had done the surgery a couple of times, and all his patients were satisfied. ... (35 replies)

... trust me. It is definitely patulous eustachian tube. I have read so many personal testimonies over the years on various websites and every symptom is one I've had or still do experience. ... (35 replies)
... is there anyone out there who had effective cartilage graft insertion, to treat Patulous Eustachian Tube ? ... (35 replies)
... Poe to see what we should do next. The autophony is slight, nothing like it was before the catheter. Also, I can press on the jugular vein in my neck and the Eustachian tube will close. It will stay closed if I keep pressing on it for several minutes. ... (26 replies)
... eustachian tube catheter bluestone" go to page 166. ... (26 replies)
... am going to orlando and sarasota, tampa for vacation...no drs. in fact i think dr sismanis in richmond would be a good one for you to see, hes my doc, he did my surgery to sever the tendons and as well others. he could sort out the myoclonus symptoms. ... (35 replies)
... read all of my posts, i ended up having myoclonus and the surgery to clip the tendons. make sure you have the right diagnoses... ... (35 replies)
... o sensitive to sound nor am I experiencing autophony. This was more of a problem for me during the first few months and especially when my ENT tried the partial tube surgery. The tapping sound is not as pronounced either which was always at its worst when I was on the phone. The phone is still unpleasant. ... (35 replies)
... artial because he said he could tell from my reaction that it would not help my condition and suspected that might be the case which is why he didn't do the full tube surgery. The most annoying sensations I presently have are the crackling noise every time I swallow and the fullness of air that I always feel in my ears. ... (35 replies)
... saw a local ent dr and he said it was most likely allergies but I explained to him I never had problems like this before. Fast forward to the fall of 2011 I had surgery done to fix my deviated septum which helped me to breath equal on both sides. ... (55 replies)
... saw a local ent dr and he said it was most likely allergies but I explained to him I never had problems like this before. Fast forward to the fall of 2011 I had surgery done to fix my deviated septum which helped me to breath equal on both sides. ... (55 replies)
... ing loss cause of the fluid and the infections it creates. Now if yours is the opposite that it stays closed all the time then yes I have heard about the balloon surgery to open it up some but I have read that there is a risk it can them become like mine and stay open all the time causing what I have. ... (55 replies)
... It sounds to me like it would be easier to open up a eustachian tube than to get it closing and opening all the time properly. ... (55 replies)
... 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)
... fixed it for a while then the fluid cam back and would not go away and it was because the tumor got so big about the size of a small fist that it closed off the Eustachian tube not allowing air to come and go. Everytime you swallow or sneeze the tube opens and closes real fast. ... (55 replies)
... For the past year and two weeks, I have been living with a defective eustachian tube. First, there was horrible popping in my left ear. Other times the left ear would feel plugged and tender. ... (34 replies)
... m but I don't have the funds to go see him and have to get a plain ticket and all that other stuff. I heard in order to see him there is a long waiting line. The surgery I am wanting to get done the only thing my doctor can do is close it for good and most ent's don't like to do that as it can not be reversed. ... (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)




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