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Help please. Could bee pollen supplements cause blocked eustachian tubes?

No

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There is no evidence that bee pollen supplements would help blocked eustachian tubes. A better approach would be to see your physican about possible causes, and address these directly.
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Dr. Mark C. Loury answered:

Can Eustachian tubes cause chronic disequilibrium? If so, can this affect vision? I have allergies, ears feel blocked when swallowing, VNG Abnormal

Highly unlikely

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There has to be major pressure fluctuations such as diving for Eustachian dysfunction (ETD) to cause imbalance. Chronic disequilibrium is present during movement when there is vestibular weakness as identified on the VNG. Vision is used to compensate but shouldn't change. Ear fullness can be from ETD, Méničre's, TMJ, hydrops, reflux. Balance retraining helps when one ear has balance weakness.
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Dr. Harold H. Kim answered:

Blocked Eustachian tubes? For about 4 years, I've had blocked eustachian tubes. I haven't experienced any notable hearing loss, but occasionally one of my ears will ring. On particularly bad days, if I turn my head to the left or right too far, one of my

Are you sure?

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Blocked Eustachian tubes will typically cause a sensation of fullness in the affected and hearing loss. If all you experience is occasional ringing, I am not sure that this is due to Eustachian tube dysfunction.
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Dr. Pablo Arango answered:

Why won't my eustachian tubes unblock?

Allergies?

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usually allergies are the cause of chronic Eustachian tube disfunction. Rarely, enlarged adenoids, or a nasopharyngeal mass could be the caue
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Dr. Marius Frasie answered:

What can I do if my eustachian tubes Are swollen! what do i do?

DECONGEST THEM

Decongestant
ORAL DECONGESTANT OR INTRANASAL CORTICOSTEROIDS
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Dr. John Edwards answered:

Ear drums are in pain and i believe it is because my eustachian tubes are not functioning properly or they are swollen. what can i do to relieve the pain?

Eustachian tube

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a small tube goes from the back of your nose to your ears. = eustachian tube. When nose is plugged, tube gets blocked & gives you painful pressure in your ear(s). If pain persists, ear can become infected. If you have persistent/worsening pain, especially with fever, you should see a doc. reduce your ear pain by treating allergies, drinking hot tea, gently blowing nose, maybe decongestant
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Is it likely for scar tissue to heal over the eustachian tubes after a tonsillectomy?

Adenoidect. complic.

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Tonsils are not close to the eustachian tubes, but an improperly done adenoidectomy (too far laterally) can scar them.
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Dr. Dinh Bui answered:

Palatal elevation causes crackling noises in ears when I talk for 11 months. Eustachian tubes tested OK. Feels like palate is sticking on lifting.Help?

Posterior support

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Sound like recently you may lost a posterior tooth that helped to hold up the arch, or you may have posterior malocclusion that contributes to loss of vertical dimension due to excessive wear. Crepitus, the crackling noise produced while moving your jaw during function, should be exam and treated if possible. It may, but not always, developed into more TMJ problem beyond muscular disturbance.
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Do any of you good doctors know of an ENT surgeon that does balloon sinuplasties on the actual eustachian tubes and practices in the southeast USA?

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To talk to your primary care doctor for advise. They must have a network of referral physicians. There is a physician in Jacksonville, Fl specialized in inner ear and skull base surgery. His name is Dr Douglas Green. At Jacksonville Hearing and Balance Center Institute. 904-399-0350. I gave Anesthesia to his patients. Outstanding, kind and compassionate physician.
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Dr. Alan Mindlin answered:

How long does it take for Eustachian tubes to open after sinus infection?

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There is no set answer. It depends on the extent of pathology, extent of surgery, healing tendencies and predisposing anatomic variables. You should talk to your ENT surgeon for a suggested timline and possible need for additional medication
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