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  1. Linda
    June 14, 2018

    Went to my Dr. for ringing in my ears. No pain, but the ringing is so loud, it has created som hearing loss, my Dr.. looked in my ears and said, there was fluid behind my eardrum in both ears, she stated it was from allergies, and there was some drainage in the back of my throat. I was surprised, because I have no other symptoms. I take, benadryl nightly for sleep, took Claritin, and Zertex , and nasal spray Flonase, still no change, what should I do now? This is going on 4 months.

    Thank you.

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    • Web Admin
      Web Admin
      June 15, 2018

      You have spoken with a medical professional. Your doctor has diagnosed a potential cause for your symptoms. It is likely that you have fluid behind your ears. It is certain that your doctor gave you medical advice and treatment. If your doctor did not give you advice to follow, then make an appointment with an ear, nose, and throat doctor. They will be able to support you with their knowledge. Best of luck, Linda!

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  2. Heather
    January 15, 2018

    I was just recently diagnosed with a right ear infection. This is my third infection in this year over the pas year and a half. Is there a reason why I’m all of a sudden getting these infections in this ear when I haven’t had any issues as an adult? I have had a lot of infections as a child.

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    • Web Admin
      Web Admin
      January 16, 2018

      Take note of the symptoms that you have. Reflect upon any changes that you have in your life. Perhaps make an appointment with a second medical professional. Speak with specialists that may be able to run additional tests. This will help you discover the answer to your question. Have a great day, Heather!

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  3. Karen
    January 4, 2018

    I was examined today by my PCP. HE saw bubbles in the ears. I went thru 2 treatments of antibiotics over a period of 2 months, but still have cracking, popping and sound is still muffled. I see ENT next wk for follow up. My PCP said 1 method to remove the fluid is by a syringe. I haven’t seen this method mentioned. Is it common and which is method would you recommend? My husband wants a second opinion.
    Can you help with any answers or recommendations?
    Thank you in advance.

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    • Web Admin
      Web Admin
      January 5, 2018

      It is wise to seek a second opinion. To do that, you will need another medical professional to give you another checkup. Make an appointment with a medical professional at this time. Continue to monitor your symptoms so you can better address any questions that your doctor may have. Have a great day, Karen!

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