What is recommended when nasal steroids, decongestants, antibiotics, and 9 mos of waiting have failed for an adult with Eustachian tube dysfunction?

ENT interference. surgery, may be the answer?, whether PE tubes or other surgical intervention, if you already had an ENT evaluation, another look is needed or a second opinion, it's your right, good luck.

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Eustachian tube dysfunction: Can I use an oral decongestant and a nasal spray together or is it overkill/unsafe/etc.?

Eustachian Tube. Greetings. For Eustachian Tube troubles, we commonly use nasal therapy to enhance recovery and healing. Yes, a nasal spray such as a steroid topical spray is a good start as is a decongestant like Sudfed. This medication is available OTC and as a generic. It is safe to use both together. If no resolution in a few weeks, see your ENT doctor for other options. Read more...

How hard should I blow with my mouth shut and nose pinched closed when trying to self treat Eustachian Tube Dysfunction?

Not too hard. The warden is very sensitive and can be 'blown out' with very hard pressure. You can 'clear you ears' but if you are blowing and there's pain and no change its time to either try some saline nasal washes, some decongestants or see a doctor. Read more...

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

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. Read more...