Hey, don't know if you still get on this site, but I was reading a post and saw yours about how your last resort is to get your wisdom teeth out. I have all these ear problems too and might have impacted wisdom teeth, so I just wanted to know if you got them out and if your symptoms cleared up or not. Because Impacted wisdom teeth can cause all messed up things to your facial area.
HI. I'm 26 and have the same problems. I have had these symptoms for about a year and a half. Ive had Ear ringing, ear popping, headaches, post nasal drip, difficulty breathing through nose, and I recently found out that I have a deviated septum. Not sure if thats the cause of it all but I am going to my 3rd ENT to get another opinion before I get a septoplaty done to fix it. I really hope it will solve my problems. I understand the day to day frustrations that come w/ it. Hope you have found some solutions. gl :)
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