hi,i have posted here a few times but no responce.It was in Oct of 2008,i was reading and my ears seem to plug like i put my fingers in my ears and than i got really lightheaded like i was going to pass out the plugged feeling went away but the lightheaded ness stayed i have tryed 8 different kinds of antibictos the fullness is there now i feel like when i walk that it is not even me walking sometimes i have a tingley feeling but it dosen't stay long about 2 sec and than it goes i also feel like i am going to pass out i had blood work done that was fine i had sinus x-rays and that was good so i don't no what is going on all the doc keeps saying is that there is fluid in my ears but it's 4 months now i have an app with the E.N.T but not untill 2 weeks i need some answers soon it is driving me crazy so PLEASE help
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