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    Clogged ears and head pressure
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    amyloukat44 posted:
    I am very prone to allergies so really didn't think anything of it but now driving me crazy. My ears became clogged and then I had weird head pains and pressure in different parts of my head one spot on the left side. now it moves to different areas and sometimes really intense


    We to dr who told me my ears look ok but could have fluid inside and explained nerves can play a huge part in the pain. Sometimes it feels like my head really hurts and dizziness, and nausea. I am prone to anxiety and thought maybe that was part of it. was prescribed 20mg prednisone and 300mg 2 t a day of cefdinir but been on it for 2 days and show only slight relief.


    any ideas on the head pressure sure would help


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