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Spasm of the back of the nose is a sign of eustachian tube dysfunction?

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Dr. Paul Carter
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: No, but close.

Signs of eustachian tube dysfunction are ear congestion, ear popping, difficulty hearing, and ear pain.
This is caused by nasal tissue swelling, which is also a cause of stuffy nose.

In brief: No, but close.

Signs of eustachian tube dysfunction are ear congestion, ear popping, difficulty hearing, and ear pain.
This is caused by nasal tissue swelling, which is also a cause of stuffy nose.
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