"Having your tonsils and adenoids removed helps reduce the amount of Strep throats, but it doesn't eliminate your susceptibility to catch viruses which can cause throat infections. Your sore throat may be due to acid reflux as it takes l..."
"You might require a hearing test as nerve-related hearing loss can present with a sensation of fullness in the ears in the absence of any fluid build-up. The ringing in the ears may be a sign for this as well. There are several reasons..."
"There are several reasons why you may have a loss of smell/taste. The most common reason is nasal obstruction which can be determined by examination by an ENT. He/she may want to examine you with a scope inside of the nose to make this..."
"I guess your abbreviation "cdHL" means "conductive hearing loss." I assume that the ENT saw a fluid build-up in the middle ear. This often happens from Eustachian tube dysfunction. This is the tube that runs from the middle ear to the..."
"The problem could be with your ear, your jaw joint, or even with your parotid gland which is the saliva gland that sits in front of your ear. I would recommend an evaluation with an ENT. We would be happy to see you at UK HealthCare. Y..."
"If you are still doing saline irrigations, this may have caused problems with your Eustachian tubes as they open into the back of your nose. I would recommend you see the surgeon who did your surgery for an evaluation."
"If you are concerned, you might want to call the ENT who performed the procedure. White patches are common post-operative changes that occur in the tonsil bed if a device called a "coblator" was used, but there should not be any masses...."
"If you are have a transnasal laryngoscopy, the physician cost is approximately $100 if done in a non-facility or $70 if done in a facility. However, many hospital-owned facilities may charge you a separate "facility fee," which varies f..."
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