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possible eustachian tube disfunction ?
Old 25th May 2020
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possible eustachian tube disfunction ?

hey so for reference i’m 18 but about 3 months ago exact i got a new laptop and literally as i’m plugging it in i got a crazy ringing in my left ear like super loud and i basically was near deaf in it for a couple days and i regained most the hearing from it like 95% i’ve gone to ents and done some testing it shows i got good hearing but like there’s tiny hearing loss enough to bother me
i been diagnosed with eustachian tube dysfunction i’ve been doing steroid nasal sprays and **** but it doesn’t do anything for me i can tell like my ****s ****ed up but i can’t tell if the minor hearing loss is caused by that any hope or reassurance from anyone with similar experience
it bothers me a ton like when i’m producing or some **** like drums and stuff hit harder in my right ear and it’s like panned and it throws me off and it doesn’t help my allergies going crazy plus i live in colorado so i’m already like 5000 feet above sea level but i never had this like minor hearing loss before and it scares me
Old 27th May 2020
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