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Suffer from eustachian tube dysfunction. Have fullness and burning sensation in the ear, bitter taste in the mouth. Advice?

Hello, After an ear infection in January , my doctor told me i had Eustachian tube dysfunction. my symptoms include fullness in ears and burning sensations in my ears right deep inside and a kind of menthol like sensation on my scalp. The doctor has looked in my ear today but there is no infection . Why do i feel these scalp sensations and bitter taste in my mouth. I have done every blood test , all came back fine.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Hi Dear
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Probably some nerve around the infected part is being irritated which is all causing such type of symptoms.Dear friend you require a through workup with your ENT surgeon to take care of any infection or some fibrous tissue causing the irritation.
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Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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