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Ear blockage, ringing in ears. Prescribed nasal douching, gromits. Due to drug snorting?

Ive had a blocked ear for a while now (especially in the morning) and also hear a ring in my ear at night, especially if i mix music but not at damaging hear volumes. Ive been for two hearing and pressure tests and both have been fine... doctors have recommended nasal douching, nose sprays and also gromits. I do snorting drugs up my nose and wandered whether this or smoking could be a reason... iTS REALLY AFFECTING MY WORK AND LIFE :(
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
THIS IS ALLERGIC
THE EUSTACHIAN CATARH IS IRITATING YOU
TABACOO IS EXAGERATING THE THINGS
DUE TO BLOCAGE OF EUSTACHIAN TUBE YOU ARE GETTING THE TINNITUS

TAKE ANTIALLERGICS TAB ALLEGRA 120 MGM BD
TAB RHINITIDINE 150 MGM MORNING
SYP PIRITON 1/2 TSF NIGHT
APPLY NEOSPORIN H EYE OINTMENT IN THE NOSE AND EARS
PUT SEA WATER IN THE FORM OF DROPS 2 DROPS AT NIHT IN NOSE
NOTHING IN EARS NO STEAM
NO PARACETAMOL
3 WEEKS COUSE IS NEEDED TO CLEAR THE BLOCKAGE

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