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Suggest Treatment For Bilateral Mastoiditis

My name is Jao. 35. 5 7 height. 64 kgs. I have a chronic dizziness that have been for 6 months. I was diagnozed with bilateral mastoiditis based on city scan (buy my case is not as complicated as what we read on the net). I dont have redness and nothing is swollen behind my ears. no discharge too. My last two EENT said that infection is over. But a General Practitioner told me that I have a blood clot in my right ear that possibly cause my persistent dizziness. I do have a ringing in my ear rarely. Also, when I try swallowing, I can feel like a tolerable pinch nerve somewhere in the right side of my neck. The symptoms are very mild that sometimes I dont get to notice them. The General Practitioner prescribed me a DUXIL. Is there such thing as blood clot in the ear??
Wed, 28 Nov 2018
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Hi,

Did you get a trauma to the ear? Please consult an ENT specialist to have a look at the ear drum so that you can be treated at the right time. It might be eustachian block too causing a ringing sensation.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Asiya Zaidi,
ENT Specialist
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Suggest Treatment For Bilateral Mastoiditis

Hi, Did you get a trauma to the ear? Please consult an ENT specialist to have a look at the ear drum so that you can be treated at the right time. It might be eustachian block too causing a ringing sensation. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Asiya Zaidi, ENT Specialist