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I believe there IS hope for you!  Unfortunately my inner ear problem was much more severe! The inner ear is so tiny that it does take a...
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I am assuming you had a MIDDLE EAR infection (there are different types)....not a common problem for a 40 year old, but happens nonetheless.Fluid can...
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I addressed your question on the Ear, Nose, and Throat Community. Unfortunately, I have...
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That would depend on many factors, especially the LOCATION of this fluid.If the fluid was in your ear canal, the fluid can be aspirated or vacuumed...
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this happened to me, go to nose ear and throat doc, may have fluid trapped in the inner ear.
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Surgery for middle ear infections (acute otitis media) often means placing a drainage tube into the eardrum of one or both ears. It's one of the most...
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You may have a ruptured eardrum or an infection or skin condition in the ear canal, but this will take a hands-on examination to determine the source...
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Middle ear infections (otitis media) are common in children. When a child has repeated ear infections or fluid build-up in the ears that does not go...
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I am glad that you are feeling better! Earaches can be pretty miserable.  An earache often follows a cold or allergy flare-up. Here’s what...
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Why aren't you wearing wrestling head gear that is designed to PROTECT your ears?Yes, you may have a hematoma -- an accumulation of blood in the...
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There are only a few things that can be done for middle ear effusion (fluid)....1. You can wait it out, but after three months, you need to see an...
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As you know, I have no way of looking at your eardrum over the Internet to give you the "okay to fly". You would need to see a medical...
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You do need to be re-examined, but not at the ER. You should try and see an ENT specialist or at least, a primary care provider in their office. The...
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Ear infections (middle ear infections) typically cause pain, and often, fever. If you are not experiencing these symptoms, it is not very likely you...
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Middle ear infections are caused by bacteria and viruses.During a cold, sinus or throat infection, or an allergy attack, the eustachian tubes, which...