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Having infection in ear and hollowness sensation. MRI scan normal. What is going on?

last oct 2011 i started to have problem with my ears then the doc found i had major infection in the right ear ,Well that all cleared up but i still have a hollowness sensation in my ears and this is driving me nuts . I have had an mir done and it all came back good i think it has something to do with my sinuses but not really sure .I do not have this all the time but every day this goes on. i do get my ustation tubes opened up . I do snort warm salty water up my nose both sides My nose doc says everything is good but i know i am not and it feels like a hollow feeling
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Aug 2013
hello and welcome to health care magic,

As you correctly opined you may have a sinus or a Eustachian tube problem.
In any case get an audiometry assessment including PTA and Impedance and also a CT of the PNS and get back to me or any ENT with the reports as soon as possible.

Meanwhile try steam inhalation with menthol or other vaporiser and do not get exposed to loud noise and also give a detailed report of any medications that you are taking presently.


Dr Sriram nathan
Answered: Wed, 9 Apr 2014
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