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Fluid in ears causing dizziness and vertigo, weakness, numbness in legs. No relief with nasal spray, diaredic, diagnosed as allergy. Suggestion?

I have allergies. THis I know can bring ear and head preasure and neck aches. However, I have been on nose spray, diaredic (sp) and zyrtec. Also with low salt. I get fluid in my ears which causes dizzines and vertigo . I also get from time to time, weak legs and seems to go numb. i am only 37 and this dizziness is driving me crazy and is frustrating. Should i just suck it up and accept it or try to find another ENT . mines seems to think it is allergy related. thank you!
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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Feb 2018
Hi. Fluid in ears due to allergy alone is not very common. You mast have associated other problems in the throat and near the opening of Eustachian tubes. This needs to be diagnosed by endoscopy , may be a CT Scan and as you rightly think a second opinion. Vertigo can have other reasons too.
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