fluid in ear

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Hi, I replied to one link, but thought I would ask. I have been having ear problems for 2 years. I get fluid,sinus infections. Have been to ENT,Dentists, GP. There does not seem to be an answer to this. I have had 8 bouts in one year!. I feel like I am living on antibiotics and prednisone. I also get a dull pain on side of head right over ear. I get very dizzy, actually feel sick,feverish,just awful. I get through the round of med. I have about 2 good weeks, and it starts again. I have tons of allergies,I do get bad headaches, but the pain in head is different. This feels like I banged it?. Anyone ever have this or anything like it?

Thank you for any input

 

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    Oh my god it's as though you posted this to answer me!! When I lay down at night my ears through to my cheeks and teeth hurt both sides. My ears feel to heavy for my head. I get (and have got the last week) or so a stabbing pain in the left side of my skull. I get tingling sensation across my head. I have a ct scan next Friday to see if they can see anything. Left side of my nostril is of an "unusual anatomy of the nose ). The pain on the left side and also just in front of my ears is so tender I'm going to be tested for TN. Sometimes I fear it's blood vessel enlarging up something.
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    Regina. It may be worth trying Evening Primrose Oil, one 1000 mg capsule each day. See my post Sinus Infection - An Effective Treatment. 

    Also, for ear fluid it may be useful to try soy milk as an alternative to normal milk. Best of luck.

    Ray

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