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How to cope with eustachian tube causing ringing in my ears?

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Dr. Bac Nguyen
Family Medicine
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In brief: Medical vs surgical

If you do have eustacian tube dysfunction that is causing your ringing/tinnitus in the affected ear, then focus on treating that.
Nasal steroid, decongestant, antihistamines etc...If not adquate, oral steroid briefly and diuretic may help. If adenoids/tonsils are large, removal may help. Or, consider having an ear-tube (myringotomy) by an ENT doc..Consult your doc for eval/treatment. Good luck.

In brief: Medical vs surgical

If you do have eustacian tube dysfunction that is causing your ringing/tinnitus in the affected ear, then focus on treating that.
Nasal steroid, decongestant, antihistamines etc...If not adquate, oral steroid briefly and diuretic may help. If adenoids/tonsils are large, removal may help. Or, consider having an ear-tube (myringotomy) by an ENT doc..Consult your doc for eval/treatment. Good luck.
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