Hi My name is Patricia,
Im 22 and had my tonsiectomy last year as I had always suffered with throat infections. As a child I would have suffered alot with ear infections but that went away. Even before the tonsilectomy i have had trouble with my left ear and now I find that noses are echoed rather than being just clear. I find that I can clear it a little on occasions by holding my nose and blowing although I dont know whether this is such a good idea. I am also worried as it is affecting my balance.
What do you reccomend I do?
Thanks A Mill,
Hi Patricia, you are describing some symptoms of patulous Eustachian tube or Eustachian tube dysfunction.. See an ENT physician for evaluation and treatment. They can examine you and do a hearing test to determine the cause.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
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