I have post nasal drip which get severe in weather transitions, near carpets, reading old books. The problem aggravates while having cold. A month ago I had cold however started ear plugging after few days. I tried to use some ways like trying pushing air out while pinching my nostrils to un plug the ears however instead got middle ear infection. I went to doctor who prescribed cefalor, anti allergic, rhinerge nasal spray and strong analgesic later on as I has severe pain in my right ear.
After using antibiotics the pain vanished but another severe problem of ear ringing and whistling started, which still persists. Now I feel my right ear heavy, plugged in morning, which eases as the time moves on but the ringing problem persists continuesly.
Please help me to get out of these disturbing problem of ear whistling and heaviness in right ear, I still use homeo and allopathic medicines like silica 200, pulsatilla 30, anti allergic ebastine, tarif in nasal spray, da zen tablets, and levofloxacin 250.
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