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    Blocked ear, sinus pressure, and swollen lymph nods
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    Lily76 posted:
    I recently had the flu with and acute media ear infection. I'm left with a clogged ear, sinus pressure with no discharge and swollen lymph nods. With been 6 weeks. Can someone explain what is wrong with me. I have seen an ENT 3 times. This last time we did a CAT scan haven't seen the results yet will next week.
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    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    No, I don't think that anyone (myself, included) would be able to blindly explain what is wrong with you without examining you or delving into your case. Your brief posting is not sufficient to make that determination. Sorry.


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