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Recently I was seeing my 4th ENT. She suggest that I might have Eustachian tube dysfunction: I had tympanostomy / ventilation / PE tubes put in right ears about two weeks ago. It made my symtoms worse. I had it removed. It been a week.
My question is this: Ever since the procedure I have diminished hearing, muffled sounds, feel like I am underwater..with an echo sound when I talk.Constant feeling of pressure that I never had before. This is horrible. All I want to know is will my hearing return to what I am used to hearing and how long it will take, can I do anything to stop the pressure and stuffy feeling in my head. I felt it when the tube were in and now when they are out. My ENT told me it would be only two days.
A ruptured eardrum is a tear or hole in the eardrum. I heard it takes about two months to heal
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