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    Adult ear problems
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    Arkham84 posted:
    I am 31 and I have always have ear problems. It's not an earache it just feels like there might be liquid in it or it needs to pop. The ent says it's a drainage issue with my eustachian tube and to use nasal spray, allergy pills and sudafed. But nothing seems to help when I get these which is about a few months apart. Is there anybody that can help or offer any insight?
     
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    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi Arkham84,

    I hope that some of the other members chime in and give their support and advice. For this kind of thing you might want to try our Ear, Nose and Throat Community if you have questions in the future. The link is below.

    http://exchanges.webmd.com/cold-and-flu-exchange



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