I have a perpetually runny nose. I don't have a cold, but there is a constant, slow drip. My ears keep feeling "clogged", especially when I exercise and my nose runs more. I have to yawn or sniff to clear my ears, but they just get clogged again a few seconds later. Also, I have (and have always had) frequent sinus headaches. I assume these syptoms are all related?? What can I do about the clogging ears? It is driving me crazy!
I am going thru the same thing and just had several tests - they just showed minor Sinusitis. My Allergist told be to take Afrin for the ear clogged feeling. (its a nasal spray) but you can't take it everyday, only for 3 to 5 days tops. If you find any answers on the clogged ears, let me know. I get really off-balanced and feel crummy alot. - Carol
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