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Soreness in ear, cracking sound, pressure in the back of the head, watery eyes, nose blockage. Reason?

Hi I have been suffering with something since almost two months. My right ear has been sore since a long time but october of this year I was taken too my local hospital with severe pressure in the back of my head... It really scared me I Thought I took a stroke but they ruled everything out with a ct scan of my head there was no fluid or masses found. I find my head is continuously full and pressure and I have a constant post nasal drip . My doctor found no rebounding light in my right ear and it I always like its cracking. I am continuously rubbing my head to relieve the fluid and oddly it works. When I put my head back it feels like everything is cracklying I can hear it. I have been on three rounds of antibiotics it gets better but I find the damp weather really bothers me. I am getting really depressed!!! I also have watery and itchy eyes and the bridge of my nose feels extremely blocked!!!
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Hi, I am Dr.Samiron Roy, Your ENT Splst.
I feel you are having Allergic Rhinitis with Eustachian tube dysfunction. You need:-
1.Tab Lecope AD 1 OD X 15 days.
2.Flomist nose spray 1 puff bid in each nostril X15 days.
3.Cap Mucolite SR 1 OD X 15 Days.
4.Tab Azithral 250mg 1 bid X 6 days.
Answered: Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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