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Hissing ear, post nasal drip and swollen glands with tonsils and adenoids removed

Just curious - Hissing ear and post nasal drip with swollen glands I ve had an ear ache off and on now for over a year, accompanied by swollen and sore glands. Also, most times I feel like I m producing too much mucus and one nostril or the other always seems to be stuffed up. My doc said he couldn t see anything in my ears and prescribed a zpack(?) but it made me too sick and gave me a rash so I stopped taking it. Well its been pretty mild, but recently I got a nasty bug that caused sweats and a high fever along with sore throat and I ve noticed my ear hissing a lot lately. Any ideas or should I just keep riding it out? I m 26 y/o female also and have had tonsils and adenoids removed plus used to have tubes in, if that s relevant.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jul 2011
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Hi welcome to HealthcareMagic

since already you have removed the adenoids, tonsils, the infection due to this leading to earache or discharge is nil... The high fever sugestive of infection to throat... need to be treated by antibiotic for 5 days... also needed to be rule out DNS(deviated nasal septum), hpertophy of turbinates common cause for the nasal block..... hope i have answered your question

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