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Sentation of clogged ears, no nasal congestion or hearing loss. Had treatment of eustachian tube blockage. Is it tinnitus?

Hello I am Ashish from India.
7days ago I had feeling of plugged_ears(both), very low pain(in both ears), throat congestion, tinnitus(in both ears or head).
After 5days treatment of Eustachian_Tube_blockage/dysfunction :
my plugged_ears feeling is gone, pain is gone But I still have throat_congestion, and tinnitus(90% in left ear or left_side_of_head) and 10% to the right side.
And when I apply warm_clothes on ears I feel liquid/fluid inside ear.
I feel ear_popping when I burp.
NO Nasal congestion.
No Hearing Loss
Tinnitus is very low-pitch(in frequency) and Constant(in duration).
** if this tinnitus will ever go???????
if YES then WHEN????
if NO then WHAT TO DO NEXT??????
Asked On : Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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from history it seems that this problem might be due to having ear infection.
Go for one antibiotic medicine course if not gone for.
Take decongestant medicine for few days more.
Do vicks vapor inhalation.
Gradually with clearing infection you will be alright.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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