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    earfull38401 posted:
    Thanks for all the information on here..some is very scary. I had a tube in one ear a week ago and I am not a fan so far. I have the pressure and the feeling of being stopped up like my ear is full of water. I go back to the ent in 2 weeks. I guess I haven't given it enough time, but like some of the others, I thought it would be an instant fix.. is there still hope for me?? Miserable feeling..
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    upferadoption responded:
    can I get an update? Did the fullness ever go away? Is the tube still in?


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