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Tinnitus due to chronic nasal inflammation

The chronic nasal inflammation is due to acid reflux at night when I am sleeping, I am guessing after more than a month which started in mid April 2014 it got to my eustachian tubes (tinnitus started on June 1st) so I have been taking PPI plus Veramyst (nasal steroid spray) for 8 days, to get the inflammation down and the acid reflux under control.

I already had tinnitus before, but it cleared up in February 2010 after taking PPI + Nasonex for 5 months by pinching my nose and blowing air (to open my eustachian tubes and let Nasonex in). I was thinking of doing the blowing air with pinch nose thing with Veramyst, problem is, is that Nasonex is a liquid while Veramyst is gelatinous (which is why you need to shake the bottle right before using it each time). Is it advisable to use the same method with Veramyst?
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