Tinnitus ,blocked Eustachian tubes ,ear infections

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Has anyone get ear infections from blocked Eustachian tubes ,if yes anything I can do or use to ease ear pain ,I've got the tinnitus also allergies .

   Today ,I've put bag cold pes to infected ear ,to reduce inflammation .

   I get infections on an ear I had a neck tumor removed last year .

  Any advice would be welcomed .

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    Hi Marlene.Sorry to hear that you have these problems.I had similar symptoms and discovered the answer for me...if I turn upside down tinnitus disappears. I will explain cause I know it sounds funny. I have or had tinnitus and one day my ear felt so bad I felt the urge to turn up side down ...sort like a hand stand. Althought I was not able to turn up side down like that...I discovered that while on the sofa I could lean over bringing my head down to the floor and allowing my ears to get sort of pushed downward for a few minutes....when I came back....in a few minutes tinnitus was gone....although it slowly comes back...when I do it again it is gone again. See If you can try it and see if it works for you too.
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      Relief usualy last half day and around noon I do it again...and tinnitus dissapears again till the evening...it feel great to have nice and quiet
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      Hi Marlene how has it been? Did you find any relief? About two days ago my ear "pop" and finnally the feeling of fullness is gone..still has tinnitus but I continue doing the head to the floor position to ease it...let me know it it gettig better for you...thanks ileana
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