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Lost voice. Eustachian tubes blocked. Oozing, fluid movement, discharge from ears. Pain in the neck. Solution?

14 months ago i lost my voice. I didn t feel sick just a ittle dizzy and fatigued. very dry throat. hard to swallow . Eventually a itchy throat that worsened when trying to sleep sent me to the doctors. They said, euchstation tubes blocked.Both ears outer and inner ear infections and eardrums about to rupture but that it was viral in nature so just deal with it, My eardrums did rupture and heal. and i felt much relief. but the oozing feeling in my ear has never really left. I feel like fluid is always moving around in my tubes. And the itch is deep and unbearable. .Sharp pains, and always dizzy. I have a hard time functioning. I do have a discharge from my ears and sometimes it feels like i have a heartbeat in my ears. . the oozing feeling is what really drives me crazy I also have pain down both sides of my neck starting under my ear and also under my chin .
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

Thanks for writing to H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding blocked ear with dizziness followed by ear discharge and excessive dry throat leading to difficulty in swallowing.

As per your clinical history it appears that in the begening you were having upper respiratory tract infection leading to dryness in throat and dysphagia, and at the same time eustachian tube blockade which lateron developed blockade in both ears and collection of fluid in middle ear both sides.

Unfortunately your disease progressed ahead and thus landed on perforation of ear drum andresults in discharging ears.

I would like to tell you that now you should consult ENT specialist for tharough examination and relevent investigations to finalise the diagnosis and accordingly plan for treatment.

Answered: Sun, 11 Aug 2013
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