Labrythitis after affects

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Hi all

So I really need some help, January 2017 I woke up feeling dizzy constantly. Next day went to the doctor was told it was labs, went through all that everyone does, the ent visits, MRI. All clear. Had the bad eyes, couldn't go shopping as it would make me dizzy etc, the anxiety came with  it to. However I just need some help in clarifying this, when I was diagnosed with it it wasn't till a few weeks later that I got a really bad ear infection and my ear drum burst? Could this be because of the labs and it still causing the problems at that moment in time. Also fast forward to now and I suffer with tinnitus and I get blocked tubes and sometimes pain in my ears, the tubes stay blocked for a good while also, does anyone else find that they suffered with there ears even after the labs was gone? 

Thank you in advance for the replies it means a lot because I'm driving myself insane. And it's not fair on my two beautiful children that I'm letting this awful worries control my life. 

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    When you went to the doctors, did they check the pressure in your ears?  Eustacion tubes being blocked will cause pain and some of the symptoms that you describe.  For the ear drum to rupture there had to be excesive pressure present inside the ear.  Eustacion Tube Dysfunction can cause ongoing equilibrium issues.  This is usually addressed with tubes in the ear drum or a stint in the eustacion tube.
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      I really can't remember all the tests I've had but I've been told that I could possibly have ETD. But it wasn't a defo. Would ETD get better while been pregnant does anybody know? X

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