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Frequently blocked one nostrils, problem with left Eustachian tube. Fullness feeling, mild tinnitus in both ears. Solution ?

One of my nostrils is frequently blocked (always the left side) and I have a lot of problems with my left Eustachian tube . It often gives a feeling of fullness and I have some mild tinnitus in both ears. Both ears ring a lot worse than a normal person after any noise exposure, even if I talk on my mobile phone the ear I have used rings for 5-10 minutes. You can imagine what it s like after being anywhere noisy... Also, descending on a plane is excruciating. A few years ago I had a hearing test which showed conductive loss in the left ear and was told I probably have Otosclerosis , but recently I went for another audiogram which came back completely normal/perfect! My hearing seems to fluctuate and I don t do well in background noise. Tympanometry is always normal.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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THERE IS BLOCKAGE OF TUBES AND BLOCKED TUBES GIVE THE SYMPTOMPS OF TINNITUS
YOU NEED TO KNOW THE CAUSE OF BLOCKAGE BY GETTING XRAY PNS WATERS VIEW THERE CAN BE SINUSITIS,DEFLECTED NASAL SEPTUM.TURBINATE HY[PERTROPHY OR MILD POLYPS CAUSIN THIS
GET CONSULATION WITH ENT SPECIALIST TO GET DIAGNOSED AND TREAT ACCORDING TO CAUSE
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